newnewnew to photography. thoughts?

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  1. thereforeiamx

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    Fairly nice image. I don't like the fact that part of the wing is cropped and the colour could do with a bit of a boost, especially on the Swallowtail.
    Definitely a good start though.
     
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    Did you desaturate the backround some while keeping butterfly and the flower its eating on bright?? I think that it is a good start but composition is weak, butterfly cut off and seems to fight for the 'subject' of the photo... i'm drawn more to the wrinkled up flower thats in focus int he middle of the shot.
     
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    Adjust levels/curves to give it more pop and it'll be a lot better its pretty flat due to the amount of green in the shot. H
     
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    Nice shot, I would have liked it more if you got the whole butterfly. The background looks flat, was that intentional?
     
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    yeah it was :[ i thought that would bring more attn to the foreground instead of just doing the regular macro blurring, but apparently i was wrong :(
     

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