Two hibiscus shots.

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  1. ferny

    ferny TPF Noob!

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    Again with the digital.

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  2. Peldor

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    Great macro on that last one! The colors look a little dark and washed out (no pun intended) on the second one though. Nothing a little PS wouldnt fix though!
     
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    You'll never hear me complain about flower close ups.
     
  4. ferny

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    Thanks for the replies Peldor and mrsid99.

    I see what you mean about the colours. But the tones are just right. If I lighten them the colour may change their natural shades and I'll lose the feel of them. They look like they were taken on a damp and soggy day, or at least they do to me. Of course they weren't though. The rain is from me gently pressing the trigger on the hose-pipe so it threw out the odd small drop. You don't think I'd take a picture in the rain do you? :mrgreen:

    I like them just how they are. But the more I think about it the more I want to brighten them a tad.
     
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    I love them. I have to admit, I am not sure if I would brighten them or not. I'd like to see both versions tho.

    Great shots Ferny.
     

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