Pretty flower

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  1. KAikens318

    KAikens318 TPF Noob!

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    Looks great in my black frame on my wall! :)

    Another b/c I love this one. Tried cloning the wires out but it didn't work so well.

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    The flower doesn't look in focus or it's really soft. Not real crazy about the blown out areas of the background.
     
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    The flower does look out of focus and the blown out areas are distracting xxx
     
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    I think I could accept the slightly out of focus flower if the background was not so blown out. Perhaps a tighter crop onthe right side would help - it would also get rid of the spent flower in the lower right. Lilies are hard to shoot at a pleasing angle because of their shape and are often shot tightly cropped toward the center of the flower to show the stamens and a petal or two or the portion of the petals.

    The sunset isn't working for me - the wires give me the feeling the scene is tipping toward the right.
     

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