Trying some Flowers

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  1. Sc00b3rts

    Sc00b3rts TPF Noob!

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    Just a beginner. Experimenting with some flower shots.

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    Thanks :)
     
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    They're both underexposed.
     
  3. Sc00b3rts

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    The edit of the first one is much better. The second one is slightly under exposed-- no where near as bad as the first was-- but could still use a little exposure bumping.
    But they're both nicely composed images, with perfect sharpness.
     
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    i dont like them very much...
     
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    I really like the comp of the second...the placement of the flower opposite the space make is look like it's falling or about to shoot out of the corner :)
     
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    that doesn't even help me out. What is it that you don't like about them? Thanks.
     

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