gardening C&C please~

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  1. Sqiud

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    anyone?
     
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    #1 and 2, the tomatoes are underexposed, so i am drawn to the pole which is properly exposed.
    #3, very snapshot-ish. seems like there was very little thought put into this. taken standing above the flowers; wierd unusual use of the rule of thirds, ugly grass at the bottom, and a fence to the left
    #4, is the best of the set. composition looks good, but it is slightly underexposed. and it would benefit from upping the saturation in PP
     
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    I like #1 and #2 the best. The sharpness brings out the details of the tomatoes. However, I would try to get more of the tomatoes in frame and get rid of the stake and string.
     
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    #4 is almost perfect if anything a touch underexposed but its a SUPER composition, lighting ect.
     
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    thanks guys,

    so the pole/string is just noise to you in #1 and #2?

    #4, I intentionally underexposed the final shot because I liked how the contrast was that way. How should I have done it? Shoot it normal and then PP?

    #4 again...made some changes
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  7. o hey tyler

    o hey tyler Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    The first two photos remind me of one I took last year...

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    Oh thanks for the kind words Dan :)
     

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