garden pics

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  1. maxbennett

    maxbennett TPF Noob!

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    i'm not one for pictures of flowers, but my mom's overseas and it was my job to document the growth of her garden via photography. here's what i got today - please tell me what i can do to improve the photos - not so much through the eyes of a photographer but throught the eyes of a gardener, but at the same time creative/abstract looking (they're going on a calander).

    thanks

    p.s. the only photoshop work was in adobe camera raw. all photos were iso 200, full zoom (70mm) 4.5 aperture(for the most part, i'm pretty sure, i'm just too lazy to go in and put it in for every single photo). shutterspeed is different for all but all in between 1/125-1/320 for the most part.

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  2. RedHousePainter

    RedHousePainter TPF Noob!

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    wow, just great. the one with the bee is the best in my opinion. my only concern is the DOF on the first pic, i think its alittle too shallow. other than that, i think theyre great.
     
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    nice series...full of color. the wasp shot is cool!
     
  4. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    The flower and wasp is clearly the best. DOF is a bit too short in 1 and 5 and the second is a bit too dark.
    All in all your mother must be happy! :)
     

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