Light and Shadow

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  1. Rod-UK

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    Wandering in the garden late evening looking for some subjects in light and shadow to shoot, there was this Buddleia bloom just hit by a ray of the setting sun.

    Details; ISO200; Aperture f5.6; Shutter 1/125 sec; FL 111mm.
    No adjustments other than the crop

    In aesthetic critique, does it work ? if not, I would really like to know why. Then in the future I'll have a better idea of what to look out for





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    The light does pick out the colour of the petals quite well and contrasts with the shaded part nicely. Although it's unfortunate it's not all in bloom, I can imaging what it could look like though and think it would be rather unusual and different although it does seem to be at a strange angle and crop.

    Hope this helps?
     
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    Thanks for the comment.

    The crop was done taking advantage of the angle that the bloom lay, what you see is as it was
     

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