Spring Geranium c&c please!

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  1. Stormchase

    Stormchase No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Shot this outside of my house. wondering what you all thing and maybe what you might have done different.

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  2. reznap

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    What did you use for a lens and settings?

    I like the composition but the blurry petals on the left of the right-side flower hurt the image a *tiny* bit for me.

    It's a pretty picture. Thank goodness spring is finally here.. (yes, even in Ohio, sort of...)
     
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    It looks like you missed the focus on the primary flower & the second one is better focused. The sunlight from window left (?) is too harsh on the primary flower so a diffuser would help. Maybe a sheet of white tissue paper if you do not have a white umbrella.
     
  4. Stormchase

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    Thanks for the comments. Yes the lighting was a little tricky. It was outside and shadows were all over the place. It was a little windy so i was trying to line up a good mixed lighting shot. The left light is off of a whitish wall. I have a little foil but at the time i was thinking it would be too much so i left it as is.
    A little crop and not much more.

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    OOps, I see I misread your post to say inside the house. :blushing:
     
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    looks a little noisy but i like it
     

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