Leaf picture...C&C please

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  1. DScience

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    It's been some time since I've posted a pic for C&C. This is the first one I have posted from my D90. Thanks in advance! I'm curious in regards to composition, focus, exposure, etc.

    Shot with AF-S 50mm f1.4.

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    tack sharp
    sweet bokeh
    LOVE the lighter colored stroke around the leaves.:thumbup:

    sorry i dont have much to offer.
     
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    Sharp focus, nicely composed, but doesn't do anything for me, it's just a leaf.
     
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    I was just going to say the same thing. The light around the rim of the leaf is GREAT. The leaf at the top right is a little distracting, but I think your composition is nice.
     
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    Thanks for the critiques! Anyone else have any suggestions?
     
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    The image actually looks slightly underexposed to me. And I think cropping it in tighter to the main leaves would help the composition a bit. To me, it's more empty space than leaves.
     

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