Flowers and a Frog

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  1. Nicnack

    Nicnack TPF Noob!

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    Not exactly new to photography...But not a pro either... I am always learning :) These were both taken with a Nikon D80... enjoy

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    I actually had to wake this little guy up to take his picture...
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  2. yamadak13

    yamadak13 TPF Noob!

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    Nice. I love the frog.
     
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    I like em both. I think they were put together very well.

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    the frog is great. it is one of those photos that you look at and think "why did they post this", but then you notice this big red eye.

    1 seems a bit soft
     
  5. Markw

    Markw No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    #1 seems remarkably dark. Nice focus and DOF though.
    #2 is breath taking.

    Mark
     
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    Thanks guys! Im glad to see every one has their own opinon... I like to hear every side... which is the main reason why I joined this forum. I get tired of hearing " wow thats great" when some people have no idea what makes a great photo.
     

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