My smallest subject

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  1. Vaporous

    Vaporous TPF Noob!

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    Just a piece of my backyard with my smallest subject getting its 15 minutes of "fame";)

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    Hey vaporous,

    I think I would have liked to see this is all its green glory. But the detail and composition is fantastic. I really like it.

    Great! :thumbup:

    NJ
     
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    thank you:wink: I'm learning so much on the forum
     
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    I really like this, the way the light hits the new section of leaf is superb !!

    Deano;)
     
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    Chris of Arabia Herding cats since 1988... Supporting Member

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    I like this a lot Vaporous. As a minor point on attention to detail in a shot like this, whilst the bug on the right is entirely natural, I'm finding my eye being drawn to it and out of the shot.

    A can of Pif Paf in the camera bag should be considered a must in such situations... ;)

    Humour aside, I love the sepia treatment, was this done in the camera, or as PP?
     
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    Thank you Chris of Arabia. The sepia tone was done with the camera. I wanted a different look and feel than a normal/natural colored pictured and I don't use sepia too much.
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Chris, that tiny bug on the right made me think and think and think: now what does she consider to be "the smallest subject" - yes, vaporous, I was really wondering: did you consider the baby leaves to be it or the bug?

    "Pif paf", tsk, Chris :raisedbrow: ;) --- but it is distracting, or confusing at least.

    And I so sorely miss the colour that must have been there :cry: !!!

    (Should I mention that I usually don't like the sepia that is built into the cameras and that much nicer tones can be achieved if you do it "manually" later?)
     
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    Nice composition and lighting. It would have been nice to see in green.
     
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    I was referring to the bug, but the funny thing is, I didn't even see the bug when the picture was taken, later after I downloaded it I noticed it. Kind of an accidental subject:lol:

    Next time I'll do something really GREEN for La Photo;)
     

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