New Images I took today

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  1. Kirst

    Kirst TPF Noob!

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    What do you think of the latest I took with my little pentax optio s30.

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    The first one looks a little blurry.
    I like the color of the 2nd one, what type of flower is that?
     
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    First one does look slightly out of focus, 2nd one is nice, great colour

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    I know it is a petty about that first one I only noticed it when looked at on my pc. Here Another version, cropped and taken with a flash. What do you think.

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    I really don't know but I'll try found out what the second one is.
     
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    Bump up. I would like as many comments, tips or advice on how I can improve.
     
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    Looks like you've used flash to light these? Not the best for this sort of photography, flash can be very harsh and cast strong shadows. You'd be much better off using natural light and putting your camera on a tripod to keep it steady if needed. Perhaps use a peice of white card to reflect light to help with the darker areas you might get.

    The second shot is the best of this lot but the flash has produced some quite strong shadows that dont add to the pic (imho).
     

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