Red Flower

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  1. ambriz001

    ambriz001 TPF Noob!

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    Took this out in my garden, what do you think? C&C pls ;)

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  2. Sideburns

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    that's a really cool flower. any idea what it's called?
     
  3. ambriz001

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    LoL, not really I just have a bunch of them growing in my garden. thanks for you reply
     
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    Lovely flower, good depth of field
     
  5. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    This really is a beautiful flower!
    Our member Digital_Flower might know its name. He knows all his flowers! :D Chris! Where are you? Come by and tell us. Please! :D
     
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    It looks like a dahlia.
     
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    Definitely a Dahlia and a pretty one too. You captured the red color nicely but the background isn't helping.
     
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    I was going to say the exact same thing. I love the flower, but the siding or wood or whatever in the background is distracting me. Can you shoot it from a different angle?
     
  9. ambriz001

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    Yes I can, and I did. This is a little different, of course the flower had grown. Had time to reshoot in the afternoon. But what do you think? is it better?

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  10. Coldow91

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    I like the position of the flower better in the first one. The background in the second is good but I still find it a little distracting.
     
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    beautiful flower
     
  12. Renae

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    I like the first flower better, I think it's really difficult because of the way the flower grew. Looks like it's in a garden, garden shots are tricky for me always cause the house and other items get in the way.
     

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