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    Smile Spring

    Hi All,

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    nice backlight, good focus, but subject not interesting and rather messy, ie complicated, not pleasing to the eye.

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    i like the DOF. but eh...spring time usually associated with flowers ya? just my 2 pennies

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    I concur with espion on the lighting and focus.

    Though the background is too messy to me.

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    Default Re: Spring

    Hi,

    Thanks for the compliments for the focus and lighting. Would it improve the picture if I use DOF to blur the background i? Your feedback is valuable.

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    Default Re: Spring

    the background is fine. the DOF is fine. it is the subject thats the problem. what was it in these sprigs of green that you saw that you want to share with your viewers? Did it please your eye? If so you need to convey that pleasure via a photograph to viewers too. As it is I do not see anything pic-worthy, nor of anything aesthetic or compelling to sight.
    Last edited by espion; 23rd February 2007 at 11:31 AM.

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    Default Re: Spring

    I agree with espion. You could perhaps focus on 1 sprig instead of several sprigs. At the moment, having 3 sprigs is kind of distracting.

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    Default Re: Spring

    Quote Originally Posted by cityofangels View Post
    I agree with espion. You could perhaps focus on 1 sprig instead of several sprigs. At the moment, having 3 sprigs is kind of distracting.
    Hi Sis nice to see u here.

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    nice. i would have selected more spring-look-alike flowers.

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    Default Re: Spring

    Hi All,

    Thanks for the valuable feedback. I appreciate the feedback from espion that the subject does not capture the viewer eyes. Thanks for cityofangels letting me know how to improve on the subject.

    Flower is the common theme for spring and I would like to try something new. What I would like to show is the young sprig that has grown out from soil.

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