Flowers Study

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  1. That7guy

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    invisible Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Very nice. I like that you decided to leave the imperfections on the petals. I think your choice of DOF makes the photo. My only suggestion would be (for next time) not to overlap the flowers if at all possible –just a personal preference, though.
     
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    Nice shots!!

    I really like the soft light from above!
     
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    Far be it from me to contradict Invisible (he has a great eye), but I like the overlapping in this photo. I think it adds to the realness of the situation rather than seeming obviously composed. Great shot :)
     
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    I like it...typically, flower shots don't do it for me. But the angle and such, love it.
     
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    I agree with invisible. the overlapping petals cause the interesting edge of the front flower to be lost.
     
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    Thanks everyone. I had another shot without them overlapping but it didn't seem as good of a composition to me so I posted this one.
     

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