Frost (foreground distraction?)

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  1. Brian_barrett

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    Hello,

    I had a frosty morning this morning and took a few macro snaps. This was not my favourite, but am undecided if it should atleast be in my "favourites group" or not. I find the foreground blade of grass which is out of focus a little too distracting. What do others think?

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    and here are my two favourites:

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    and:

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    Cheers for looking.

    B
     
  2. becmaclean

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    I agree, the dof in the first one is a bit distracting.

    I love the second one...very nice contrast between the green of the leaf and the frost
     
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    although you say that in the first shot that the blade in the forground is distracting, i think it adds somthing to it. i quite like it.
    The rose with the frozen water droplets looks nice to.
     
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    I think these are cool looking. I really like the frost on them. Especially the rose.
     
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    the rose is absolutely lovely! the droplet adds amazingly to the texture!
     
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    I think the first shot would look better without the blurred blade in the foregorund but it's still good. The rose I love!
     
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    Nice work, IMO leave it in your favorite file.
     
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    I love the 3rd shot.
     
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    The third is awesome...great shot.
     

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