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  1. akazoly

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    Nope, it's not sharp.
     
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    you want to sell that flower, not document it. it's pretty flat. needs punch.
     
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    why not ?

    Sw1tchFX thanks, I try another shoot tomorow.
     
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    Unless you are selling to a specialist flower/nature stock library, the main stream stock libraries do not want flowers.
     
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    Thanks, I see many stock sites with flowers
     
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    Nikon Norm is right. Stock site have enough flowers, they really do not want any more.
     
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    The link doesn't work for me...
     
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    I love shooting flowers. When you're beginning, they make a great subject. They're beautiful. They have great colors and they don't move. You really can experiment with shutter and aperture with them. However, most stock sites don't accept flowers because they have so many of them and most buyers don't have a use for them. From what I've found, my pictures of people in situations sell very well as well as photographs that demonstrate a concept like anger, fear, love etc.
     

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