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Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by cowbert098, May 26, 2004.

  1. cowbert098

    cowbert098 TPF Noob!

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    I was taking some pictures the other day and they didn't turn out that great but when I cropped out the center part I found them interesting.

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  2. Karalee

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    Im not too hot on the first two but number three... :shock: the colors. Well done
     
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    same here... i like the clear focus.. but the colors seem to white... the third one looks a bit more satisfying with the deeper colors .
     
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    Agreed! The third is very nice. I think the shadows on the first two are what bother me.
     
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    Neat work and I too prefer the third one, nice DOF too!
     
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    The third one also gets my vote. The vibrant colors really catches the eyes.
     
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    Yes. The third one. Seductive. Hypnotic. Drawing me in. Embracing me. And then making me feel like smoking a cigarette. :wink:

    Just kidding. Nice work, Georgia. :)

    I do like the third one best. Have you thought of doing a series of flower close ups? I'm sure with some work you could have this technique perfected in no time.


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    Thanks for the comments.

    Yes I have thought about doing a series of flower close ups. I figure I can get some great picture if I go out an try to shoot them.
     
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    I like all of them. They are gorgeous, but I like the first 2 more.

    Each of the first two offers a central focus poing and lines that lead in to it.
     
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    i agree with canonrebel here...i like all of them...more as an abstract form than a 'flowers'...
    love the colours of #3, great shapes #1, #2
     

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