Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by redflame1980, Jan 16, 2009.
Hello, I am new so here it goes!
Your subject is well exposed, but it's dead center, and (to me) not very interesting. You might also want to watch your backgrounds.
Maybe if you cropped the picture so that tha part on the sides and on the lowest part it would focus more on the flower but nice shot anyway!
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Well, yes, what Harmony said: focus is nice. Shallow DOF (depth of field) is good. Clear blue sky as background is ok, but the composition as shows now is somewhat lacking (or having too much, for that matter). But there is sooo much room around the plant, you can re-compose the whole photo by cropping it. Like cropping out all the houses. And a lot of blue on the right, to shift the flower over to the left and give it room to "look into" on its left, since it is leaning left and seems to be "looking there".
And Hyllmark, I find it interesting to see that you commented, you like your "løvetann", hm?
Thank you, I thought about the center after I shot the photo. I think I will play around with it and maybe re-post.
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