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    Default Macro Flowers Shots

    Are the colours vibrant enough?
    If not, how can i make it more vibrant/sharp?
    Any extra comments?


    Macro mode
    Shutter speed: 1/125
    Aperture:f/4.0
    ISO:200

    Macro mode
    Shutter speed: 1/125
    Aperture:f/4.4
    ISO:200
    Last edited by xxeasterxx; 26th May 2012 at 09:43 AM.

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    Default Re: Macro Flowers Shots

    Please note that the Newbies corner is not a critique corner (we have a critique corner section for a reason...)
    Alpha

  3. #3

    Default Re: Macro Flowers Shots

    Quote Originally Posted by xxeasterxx View Post
    Are the colours vibrant enough?
    If not, how can i make it more vibrant/sharp?
    Any extra comments?

    yes, get the correct link first...

    Alpha

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    Default Re: Macro Flowers Shots

    But I will help you...

    1. Bad lighting. Photography is all about capturing light. Going out for a flower shoot in gray, overcast skies is not the best idea.
    2. Because of the poor lighting, you have a flat, boring image. There is no pop to the colors.
    3. Poor composition. You should have gone in closer, we do not need to see the dead flower on the right, and you totally ignored the background - that white metal grille is a distraction and distracts from the subject. This is, actually, "poor bokeh" because the background blur is detracting from the subject.
    Alpha

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