Its a dieing fern :(

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  1. AmericanJesus

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    Its also my first ever 'MACRO' shot...its almost 1:1, its shot with a 75mm-300mm telephoto tho...from 5 feet away....tear me a new one!
    This was taken outside on a snowy day (had snowed in the morning only snow left on the grass). Was overcast and wet, but i like how the lighting turned out, i feel anything more would contradicted the state this fern is in.

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    Feedback anyone?
     
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    I think if you were trying to convey the sense of sadness and death, you did it... Its kind or depressing, i feel bad for the poor little plant! :)
     
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    I agree with Scott, it's not a happy plant :(. Also, much of it seems out of focus and maybe a little dark.
     
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    Thats what i was after, i have the winter blues.

    And thanks for the feedback everyone!

    And for my first macro shot im glad i managed to capture the mood, next step is to pull off the technical aspects!
     

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