Strawberries in Rain - C&C Please

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  1. Fleetwood271

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    This was one of several shots from my first attempt to capture this shot. I'd appreciate your comments.

    Thanks!

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  2. cyngus

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    fantastic shot! .. strawberries look a little flat i think.. not sure the lighting setup.. maybe try adding a light in front of the strawberries.. see how that comes out.

    i'd warm up the shot a little in post too..

    just my opinion... either way its a really gorgeous picture the depth of field is fantastic! well done :)
     
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    that is an absolutely amazing shot...only thing I need to say is that the strawberries aren't like centered in the dish and it seems kidna tilted to me...then again, that might just be my slight OCD kicking in...but either way...that is a fantastic shot, and I agree with cyngus, warm it up a little bit and you'll be solid!!!

    Great job :thumbup:
     
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    30 sec PP using One Click Wow Action in CS5.

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  5. TheBoombaGnome

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    where did u find that action?? It doesn't appear to be under the default actions, but I really like what it did...
     
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    Mmmmm... this makes my mouth water!! Great photo!!!
     
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    In general it look ok to me but I have to say one little thing, I think that the raindrops are way to big and rounded.
     
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    I think its a nice shot. Its refresing and delicious... You captured the flavor and the temperature at the same time!
     
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    nice photo, the strawberries make great subjects you captured them nicely.
     
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    wow really beautiful photo on the op
     
  12. Derrel

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    Really a great concept! Looks like the depth of field is not quite deep enough to capture the front-most berries. Your focal length, aperture, and shutter speed triad was however very much spot-on as far as rendering the background beautifully.
     

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