Some beautiful flowers(C&C)

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  1. Thanatos

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    Pictures of some various flowers around my area and my cousin's area

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    oops forgot 2

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    love the colors.
     
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    In the future, try not to put each and every of your flower subjects into the very centre of your frame. Thus, photos too easily become boring, no matter how pretty or even inherently beautiful your subjects are or what lovely colours they have. An off centre subject makes an image more interesting.
     
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    Thanks I didn't know is i should use rule of thirds with flowers thanks
     
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    Try also getting in closer and going for some more interesting angles. These fit more the bill of a simpler documentation of flower species.
     

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