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  1. pilgrim

    pilgrim TPF Noob!

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    I don't like the placement of the daisy branch thingy's too much, but I guess that can be fixed with another shoot..

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    Comments? idea's?

    Troy :D
     
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    photong Typo Queen

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    I like it a lot. I like where all of its placed, but that's me. :) good job.
     
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    here's another one, personally I like this one better..
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    Thanks photong :)
     
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    agreed
     
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    I like the first the best
     
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    The thing I love the most about the first one is the reflection and the wet look the surface the daisy is on.

    The second one, i like the placements of the petals as well. but I think there are too many.

    the second one has a brighter...daisy center (?) but it's too bright. The first one i fine, but maybe could be a little brighter.

    The second one has too muhc room at the top. I like the crop on the second one (at the top). I like the space on the left hand side on the first one,a nd the angle of the daisy on the first one. :)
     
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    oriecat work in progress

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    Interesting.

    I like the composition and the amount of pedals in the first one. I don't however like the reflections, makes it look too fake and studio-done to me. I agree, there is too much space at the top of the second. But I do like having the daisy off to the right, instead of centered.
     
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    pilgrim TPF Noob!

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    You guy's are great! Thanks a million for all the feedback! I can't wait to put some of it to use tonight :D
     
  9. Jeff Canes

    Jeff Canes No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Like #1 a lot, other that the daisy it being on center, maybe try cropping one side or the other off
     
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    manda instigator of pottymouthedness

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    Yeah I prefer the first
    gorgeous shots

    ah tugging at the heart strings we all are of late!
     
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    First one gets my vote
     
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    technically, #2 is more correct. But too many pedals detracts overall and it has an aura of tension.

    #1 makes a strong statement for the adage "Rules are made to be broken". This shot has a calm aura about it.

    The reflection and the liquid illusion is outstanding. Would you mind sharing your techniques?

    The framing technique kicks ass
     

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