When The Rain Comes

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  1. yardism

    yardism TPF Noob!

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    Here are a couple of shots I took trying to capture water droplets. C&C welcome.

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  2. Wozza

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    Hey its raining there too huh?

    The first is my favourite due to how clean and cpntrasty the picture is and the detail in the drop is nice.
     
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    Yeah, that first one is a winner!

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    First one is awesome. Second one doesn't do anything for me.
     
  5. yardism

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    What, about the second one makes it blah? Colors, composition, everything, anything? Thanks for the comments, I'm just trying to learn.
     
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    Too many competing objects in the background drawing your eye away from the water droplet. Maybe try a B+W conversion on it to see if taking the colours out of the equation improves matters at all, though I suspect it probably won't help much.
     

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