New Camera - Learning with flowers

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    Links don't appear to be working. There's a pinned thread at the top of this forum on how to post images.
     
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    Flowers are great, beautiful, STATIONARY (the big key property) subjects to practice on. But please, for the love of God, don't continue to take pictures of flowers for the rest of your time spent on this enjoyable hobby! :lol:


    Work on your composition, especially the rule of thirds. There are many rules of photographic composition. Learn them. Memorize them. Live them. Then learn how to break them, and when you should! ;)

    Maybe try a higher F-stop to get more of your image in focus (increase the depth of field). The purple flowers seem pretty overexposed, so try a faster shutter speed. The yellow flower isn't exactly in ideal light, unevenly lit by the sun (which CAN make your subject more interesting, but doesn't here), and the angle is odd.

    I hope these help you.
     

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