Photosynthesis

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  1. Tuna

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    wow.. Tuna your works are amazing, I like the exposure here: you got many details of the flower that is inside, and you did not overexpose the view through the window. Also contrast as well as gamma correction is perfect for me :)
     
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    I like it a lot. I think the way the shape of the plant contrasts the symmetry of the windows is great.
     
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    This shot reminds me of the resteraunt one you posted somewhat recently. The framing is almost identical, but this shot pulls it off much more successfully. Awesome subject!

    My only complaint (and it's very minor) is that the plant is going towards the window that's closed! But then that makes for a better photo since the plant is in one window while you get to see out the second window. Hmmm. I guess you can scratch my complaint off the list. :goodvibe:
     
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    this is a great shot, love everything about it.
     
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    Awesome. I'd clone out the electrical plug though.
     
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    Wow Tuna, what an eye you have. Your stuff is always exceptional!:thumbup:
     
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    love that shot! very neat. i would try the plant in different settings too. its a perfect plant for taking pictures of :)
     
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    Nice and interersting.

    Only, this behavior isn't photosynthesis but heliotrophya.
     
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    Of course the composition and exposure are on point. You really have a strong eye for bringing in some interesting subjects. Subjects that we may or may not pass everyday. I do not see a lot of plants hugging up on a window. The photo is fascinating for me.
     
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    Thank you for all the great comments, guys.

    Googled that and didn't get any hits that made sense...maybe you mean phototropism, which is what this plant is doing to achieve the most efficient photosynthesis.

    Tuna
     
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    Tuna.. I've sat here and looked at this picture, trying to find something to critique. I can't come up with words that will do what I admire about this picture correctly. It's visually stunning. Great composition and subject. Love it!
     

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