Down at the Gardens

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  1. YoungPic

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    I took these at the Rododendren (or however you spell it) gardens

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    The most obvious things that jump out at me are in #1 the picture is just way to busy. I think it would help if you focused on a particular flower, preferably the one with the butterfly and use a shallow DOF (by the way its rhododendron :wink:) #5, for some reason my eyes were immediately drawn to the bright spot on the left of the picture, I don't really like it there I might try a different composition to remove it.

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    #2 you've mispelt photography btw
     
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    yea i noticed that after i posted it:lol:
     
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    I like the light in the bridge photo. :)

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    1 is too busy. On the rest, the lighting is horrible. This isn't your fault, seeing as you can't control the weather [can you?]. I would try getting up a little earlier and taking advantage of warm early morning light. You can even try a sunrise; so long as you don't overexpose. The light in midday with no clouds is harsh and causes ugly shadows.
     
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    I really like number 5 - it seems peaceful. I love how the sun is blow out in the corner. It has a nice feel.
     

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