Just some flowers

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  1. lvcrtrs

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    Just some recent flowers.

    Wasn't sure what I could do about the hot spot on this. If I "darkened highlights" the whole thing got darker.
    1. Calla Lilly
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    2. Dandilion
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    3. Columbine
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    4. Baby Apples
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    5. Hot Poker
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    The hot spot in the first image doesn't look too bad to me (it does not ruin the picture for me) and, the rest of the pictures look very nice. The only thing I would suggest, is to move your subject away from the center of the frame (use the rule of thirds when you can, especially for small objects) like in the image of the "baby apples" below.

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    Tx P. :)
     
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    These are wonderful. #1 looks fine to me. What equip. did you use?
     
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