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    Thx for viewing C&C plz
    Last edited by Soldi; 2nd September 2006 at 10:03 AM.

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    flash too strong?
    bounce up?

    or since it is still life, can mounting your camera on a tripod and lower the shutter instead of having flash? hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by slooow
    flash too strong?
    bounce up?

    or since it is still life, can mounting your camera on a tripod and lower the shutter instead of having flash? hehe
    wow fast reply

    nah its edit.. contrast

    and i cant use a tripod or a monopod as it is on a ground so yeah

    thx anyway

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    My humble views:

    1. Composition is nice. Good lead to the main subject.

    2. From your descrpition, would it be better to have a dried rose with dried leaves to protray "wilted"? The green leaves seem to contradict the writeup.

    3. I feel that some parts are overburnt. Especially the boundaries between the rose and its shadow, as well as the leaves and their shadow. You might have done it intentionally, but it doesn't work for me. Sorry. Would prefer to see a clearer distinction. Your technique will work if your overall photo is blurry or dreamy, but since it is a sharp shot, it would be good to see details.

    Cheers!

    edit: "overblown" to "overburnt"... paiseh..
    Last edited by merkava74; 1st September 2006 at 11:05 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by merkava74
    My humble views:

    1. Composition is nice. Good lead to the main subject.

    2. From your descrpition, would it be better to have a dried rose with dried leaves to protray "wilted"? The green leaves seem to contradict the writeup.

    3. I feel that some parts are overblown. Especially the boundaries between the rose and its shadow, as well as the leaves and their shadow. You might have done it intentionally, but it doesn't work for me. Sorry. Would prefer to see a clearer distinction. Your technique will work if your overall photo is blurry or dreamy, but since it is a sharp shot, it would be good to see details.

    Cheers!
    thx ! will work on it

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    my try, hope you dont mind =)

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    Not that wilted, hrm, not what I had in mind when I came in.

    Don't mean to be nitpicky, but your "thorns" in the caption is spelt wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare
    Not that wilted, hrm, not what I had in mind when I came in.

    Don't mean to be nitpicky, but your "thorns" in the caption is spelt wrong.
    oopsies

    my bad

    well its half wilted

    i'll have another try when its fully wilted

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