Studio flower

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  1. shorty6049

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    Took this photo the other day in my "studio" (aka bedroom) with a real simple setup. i feel like there's something wrong with it, but i dont know, you tell me .

    thanks!

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    I like it Tony .
    I think if you used a blur on the base it would pull you more towards the flower itself.
     
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    anyone else?
     
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    i really love the contrast of the white and yellow on the black background

    but i definitely agree that the vase is a bit distracting and takes away from the shock of the flower contrasting with the background, especially if you want the flower to be the center of attention

    i think its very nice though
     
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    The coloring of the daisy looks off to me. It could be my monitor, but with a daisy, you usually see a crisp white and a brilliant yellow. The yellow center looks very orange. I think if it were yellow, that would give it some more "pop".
     
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    yeah, i agree with you judi, i feel like it looks like something from the late 60s or something, really oddly colored, i might go back and rework it, but i dont know how to get rid of the vase without making it look fake...
     
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    Building on what others have said, I think the vase could work with a little dodging on the dark mid-section. The flower pops, but the vase grounds it and adds another dimension.
     

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