Wet leaft

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  1. Gymrat

    Gymrat TPF Noob!

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    taken after a long rain. Overall, I thought this turned out ok.

    let me know what can be done to make it better.

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  2. JonMikal

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    Congrats! Wonderful saturation and comp. :salute:
     
  3. Karalee

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    I actually wouldnt change anything.
     
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    I love the colors on this photo, and the composition too. I can't think of anything to change, it's a strong image.
     
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    I'd frame it. What'd you use? I tried finding something wrong with it, but I failed.
     
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    the leaf in the bottom right seems to throw the composition off just a little

    that's all i can think of, awesome! sexy drops
     
  7. Gymrat

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    Sony Dsc v1
    f5
    1/200
    ISO 100
     
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    i'm no pro, but for me, the shot is awesome... except i don't like the leaf in the bottom left that is touching the main leaf. i like it better with that one leaf in isolation of others...

    besides that it has wonderful color and such amazing clarity
     
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    Just super. It really doesn't need to be touched.

    However if your bored, my wish is that it was in a square frame. Perhaps if it hung on the wall in a diamond position. Is there any room top and bottom?
     

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