Sepia tone lovin

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    chris82 TPF Noob!

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    we got some sunlight today so I took the opertunity to shoot some flowers.

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    Bump
     
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    33 views and stillno reply...It cant be that bad
     
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    it is nice i think .. but I am not good at judging that sort of image so i remained silent ;)
     
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    I like it. I think pictures with flowers and dew/rain drops are beautiful. I just wish there was a little more colour. Great though. :)
     
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    Cons:
    _ It seems a bit over exposed in more then one area.
    _ Would of caught the eye better if it wasn't so soft.
    _ The white light in the upper right corner is distracting.

    Pros:
    _ The water drops is a nice touch, good job making them sharp.
    _ I do enjoy the dark background with the flower being a nice pink.

    Over all it was a well done shot, the lighting was right, if you planned it good job, if not - we'll assume you did. Just keep up at it and when taking pictures like this my rule of thumb is to take 10-15 of the same image on different exposure. This allows for a bigger selection to work with in photoshop (for me).
     
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    Well said.
     

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