Roses

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  1. Holly

    Holly TPF Noob!

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    Im hoping to get all the help I can get on taking some great pictures.. so until I learn a LOT of things IM posting all my work here :)

    Today I have a few photos of Roses that my husband gave to me.


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    Wow, those are beautiful. I really like the first one, althought it could have been centered more, but, it looks fine. DO you have the originals in color? If so, can you post them?


    Thanks:thumbup:
     
  3. Holly

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    Thanks!! Here is the original photo I had to start with...

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    Wow, beautiful colors.
    I do love black and white images but for me this one works better in color.
    Great work.:thumbup:
     
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    I love both the BW and the color version of the first image. I think framing is near perfect and I don't think I would re-center it. Nice work!
     
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    i think people seldom post a b&w pic of a rose. im very drawn by the texture you see in the b&w and i think it adds a very intersting element to a rather over done subject.

    -id like to see a little more DOF in the second picture. i feel the whole shot should be spot on focus, and not just a portion of it.
     
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    i absolutly love the first b&w
     
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    Looks great in b&w.....Great choice

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    Exactly my thoughts.
     

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