Macro - Pink Flower

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  1. AudioInjectedSoul

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    Brutalise it guys!

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    Sorry if it's disallowed. But..

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    I like composition, the flowers are very pretty, but I think the image is a little flat. Maybe more contrast would help? Or if possible, reshoot it with slightly different lighting?
     
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    My sister was located at the Harpenden hospital for a bit.

    I like it, but agree with it being a little flat. Also, only the flower furthest from the lens is in focus. The one nearest the camera is too near. You need to increase your dof I think. Certainly focus on the nearest flower as it is the main point of interest. That's just my view of course. This may have been what you were going for.
     
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    The petals look good soft, but the center of the flowers could use a bit of sharpening in my opinion.
     
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    yes nice colours and composition! but definately a focus issue here.
     
  7. MDowdey

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    I would try and sharpen it up a bit personally. The composition should(imho) be focused on one flower or the other, but the colors are beautiful!!!

    i think this might be a lighting issue now that i look at it. as someone else said, a reshoot with maybe a sunset or early sunrise would benefit this.

    great work!!!!


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