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    Default Death and Alive



    Pls comment, especially on my composition.
    Last edited by Evil_Angle; 21st January 2007 at 07:44 PM.

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    Petal at lower right hand corner is distracting. Too little space on the left and the border is nearly touching the petal

    I like the Canon EOS Digital border as well as the colours.

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    hi,

    where to get the eos border??

    chee kiang
    Canon IXUS 850 / Canon EOS 400D 18mm-55mm Kit Lens

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    cannot really bring out the "death and alive" comparison... but nice bokeh...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheekiang View Post
    hi,

    where to get the eos border??

    chee kiang
    From an user-friendly Chinese photo editting software. "光影魔术手", not sure whether got English version or not. ^_^

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    Default Re: Death and Alive

    Interesting photo but don't quite get the title.
    Time, is an effortless construction :)

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    hi,

    so ur 'magic hand' u bought it or download it?

    have been wondering where to get editing tools or software...got any software download from website?

    please advise....

    thanks

    chee kiang
    Canon IXUS 850 / Canon EOS 400D 18mm-55mm Kit Lens

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    cheekiang, since this is the critique corner, maybe you can pm TS your queries and keep the thread to picture critique? thanks

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    a very loose composition.

    in this vertical frame, the subject (withering flower and bud) occupy 2/3 of the width from left, leaving the right 1/3 with empty space, resulting in an inbalance that distracts the viewer from your subject (a visually heavy left side) there's also too much space on the top. you probably simply centre on the flower stigmas without much consideration for composition. the 'closing in' of the oddly shaped bud doesn't quite communicate with the withering flower, in fact it looks like an alien object against the flower.

    you might want to reshoot this in another frame.

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