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  1. icebucket

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    what do you guys think of this picture? do i still need to crop it and make more adjustments?
     
  2. lionel

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    why the center of the flower is more bright than the other parts of it?
     
  3. Holly

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    This would be an orchid I believe... Its a pretty flower.
     
  4. lullabye

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    I believe it's because it's backlit
     
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    It's a nice flower picture. I think I would crop off a little more off the side and bottom.
     
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    sweet shot!
     
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    Wow! Cool backlighting! How did you do that?? Was the sun directly behind the blossum? Nicely done!!
     
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    I like it as is. I would think that additional cropping would take away the depth the picture has.

    I love how the flower seems to be lit from within.
     
  9. icebucket

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    thanks. Yeah the sun was behind the flower. i took it late in the morning when it was really hot.
     

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