Macro flower

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  1. DarkEyes

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    Heres an image of a type fo orchid I recently photographed. I would like as much critisism as possible. Image was taken with a fujifilm s3000 digital camera, without flash.

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    It doesn't need much criticizing! Beautiful. Nice color. Nice composition. I like the angle and DOF.

    The only things that I notice that some people have told me on my macros is 1) the flower looks like it's coming out of nowhere with nothing attached to it (I wondered how you can help this sometimes when you do something so close.....so to me it's not a big deal at all) and 2) maybe having more spot or center focus to blur the background a bit more

    All in all a very nice shot.
     
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    A beautiful photo of a spectacular flower. I don't care much for the frame though ;P
     
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    ditto, not sure about the fading frame, but the picture itself is really good!
     
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    Ditto for the reb
     
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    Thanx for the comments.
    The frame is just a personal preference of mine, But can detract from the images aesthetic appeal, so I can see why people are a bit "If'y" about it.
     

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