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    Default Bee Macro

    1. in what area is critique to be sought?
    Color and Composition.

    2. what one hopes to achieve with the piece of work?
    Show the hardworking side of a bee and how's the process is done.

    3. under what circumstance is the picture taken? (physical conditions/emotions)
    Went Sentosa Flower on a sunny day for some flower shot, instead spotted a few bees collecting pollen. Took this shot without flash as the sun is bright and hot. My first time looking at bee in a near distance as I usually walk away from it because it sting. Wanted to show that they are born a hardworking insect instead of a bug with sting.

    4. what the critique seeker personally thinks of the picture
    I think it's too saturated. That's all.

    Last edited by HazeMaze; 1st February 2012 at 10:40 AM.

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    Hi HazeMaze,

    Your Flickr sharing settings for your linked photo is set to "private", and can't be seen from your link.

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    Default Re: Bee Macro

    Quote Originally Posted by AnsQ View Post
    Hi HazeMaze,

    Your Flickr sharing settings for your linked photo is set to "private", and can't be seen from your link.
    Thanks for reminding.

    Uploading thur CS gallery.

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    hihi

    just wanted to say that its a pleasing macro, at least for me

    Now sure if it helps but it seems a tiny bit underexposed. Don't really feel that its oversaturated (at least on my screen), the bee looks like it could help with a little more contrast & saturation. Flower parts seems vibrant enough though.

    My 2 cents & u deserve credit for nailing this shot

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justintime
    hihi

    just wanted to say that its a pleasing macro, at least for me

    Now sure if it helps but it seems a tiny bit underexposed. Don't really feel that its oversaturated (at least on my screen), the bee looks like it could help with a little more contrast & saturation. Flower parts seems vibrant enough though.

    My 2 cents & u deserve credit for nailing this shot
    Noted, Thanks.

    Keep it coming, my first macro experience.

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    I'm also just beginning to try Macro, I think you got it nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HighTone
    I'm also just beginning to try Macro, I think you got it nice.
    Thanks.

    Its quite fun to play with marco lens.

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