There is always something close to home (4)

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  1. iBats

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    So these shots were taken in my front yard, and like the title says, there is always something close to home.

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    The first few seem a little out of focus...
    Nice job on the bokeh :)
    The last shot (of the Iris) I REALLY love the colors and the composition.

    good job!
     
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    The last one looks like a cool flower but you cut off part of the left side which ruins it for me. And I agree the focus seems off on the first couple.
     
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    focus on these was hard cause of the wind that day so i did the best i could,

    anything esle?
     
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    bump
     
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    Interesting shots. I'm curious on what you did in post. I like the color on the second one alot.
     
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    On the second one the pp was really just a bit of tonal adjustments and a few cross tones with desaturation and increased luminance or vibrancy. Then I took it into ps cs5 and layed down a texture and brushed some of it away.
     
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    The last picture with the flower close up looks really good especially since its cut off on the left side. It is artsy.
     
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    haha thanks a bunch :)
     

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