Red Pelargonium

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  1. vanias

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    I love Pelargoniums especially red ones. Brings back memories of my Grandads nursery when I was a kid.
    You captured the colours well, but on my monitor they look a little too saturated tho' that may just be the monitor.

    Thanks for sharing
    Ian
     
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    Also looks a bit oversaturated from here... maybe just tone it down a bit
     
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    Here I'm posting a photo made by me today - light was low.

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    Yelow Flower photo made by me today - light was low.

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    Today i was in the near forest looking for interesting plants and flowers!
    This one i saw and shut!
    Please make some critics!

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    the focus is a little out on the bug. are you using a macro lens? Maybe try a faster shutter speed if you are hand holding the camera or if possible a tripod or beanbag
     
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