End Of a Flowers Time

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    Meysha still being picky Vicky

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    This is my favourite of your pictures you've posted tonight. Although I think it could do with a little bit more contrast.

    Like someone else said in one of your threads, I can't really see a story in your pictures. Also, a lot of them seem to be lacking in contrast a bit.
     
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    Deffinatly some more contrast. Not sure I'm diggin on the concrete(?) background either. Maybe something without so much texture.
     
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    good subject, lack of detail.
     
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    I would think about getting a piece of foam core board, either black or white depending on the subject, and using that as the background. Needs more contrast. Another tip you might want to consider is to not center everything. And maybe try the shot in both hor'z and vert.
     
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    Personally, I like the theme as such, however I don't like that there's soooo much room around the dead flower, so harsh light, overexposure in many parts, very little contrast, and the subject out of focus. If the flower is the subject, why is part of the concrete to its left plus the bottom part of the leaves in focus?
     

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