First time shooting close up.

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  1. sambrody44

    sambrody44 TPF Noob!

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    Well what do you think? C&C appreciated.

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    The purple flower looks a little off, specifically the center of the pic. The rest of the pics look great.
     
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    Very good for first time. They are a little out of focus but you will learn over time and from your mistakes.
    #3 is the best, nicely composed and focused. You might want to crop a tiny bit on the left (just a tiny bit, maybe an inch!) other wise very good.
     
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    Can someone explain to me the point of cropping please?
     
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    Cropping can help you compose your subject better by enlarging it and cutting away unneeded distractions
     
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    What would I crop in the third image to achieve that?
     

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