Flower up for C&C

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  1. kelli_anne

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    took this today, has not been edited

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    Love the color. I would like to see a tighter crop though.
     
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    The colors, exposure, sharpness, DOF, it all looks great. I agree with Colin on a tighter crop.
     
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    Thinking not necessarily a tighter crop but that the Lilly be lower & to the left in the frame for a better composition.
     
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    I love the separation in the water where the flowers are poking through in the background. That being said, that's where my eyes were initially drawn to and I agree with Ron that a different composition (or slight crop) would have made this a perfect pic!
     
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    to me the flower does appear edited where the bottom leaves meet the green somehow it doesn't appear to be resting naturally but i love the composition of the photo and oddly enough i think the buds coming out of the water are the stars of the photo
     
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    The flower has not been edited. I do not own any edited software at this time (due to being a student=very tight budget!)


    Thank you all for your comments. I hope to be getting my digital edit software this summer and will work with this photo and take in you ideas!!
     
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    I like the shot but like mentioned above a tighter crop would make it more detailed Great shot though :D
     
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    I think its natural it doesnt seems to be edited, well what ever creating really beautiful image, while looking at picture you have really lovely feelings
     
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    Same here
     
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    what were the exposure settings? just curious.
     
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    A slightly tighter crop and you have a winner.
     

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