Yellow flower, bark, water

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  1. lollypop

    lollypop TPF Noob!

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    These 3 images i like they are not the best images i have ever taken but i think they're generally speaking okay- whats your take :)


    yellow sunflower
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    Bark
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    water on rocks
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  2. The_Traveler

    The_Traveler Completely Counter-dependent Supporting Member

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    The flower is cool. Nice yellow.

    The vines are overexposed, and the rocks underexposed.
     
  4. lollypop

    lollypop TPF Noob!

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    i was playing in photoshop maybe somethings are better left unplayed with :)
    the bark au natural
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I just edited your posts so that now the photos show directly. That will get you a better response.

    By the look of things, the vines are better "au naturel" than in the PS edit.
    Though I can't say I particularly like that photo, I do love lines in photos, but here they come from nowhere and lead to nowhere, and the largest part is out of focus...

    I do like the hoverfly on the dandelion, that is nicely sharp on the fly's wings.

    The rocks and water look dark, but I congratulate you on not blowing out even the tiniest bit of water ... I think it is this compromise you had to take (rocks too dark), unless you would have created an HDR photo.
     
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    lollypop TPF Noob!

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    for college i had to take a photo of texture and surface hence the bark image :) Going to look up HDR now :)
     

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