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    Default Leafy leaves...

    I was strolling along the pavements ard my neighbourhood and I could not find anything interesting to shoot. So I decided to shoot leaves (green), as there are so many "save gia" thingy gg on.

    I realised that the bar isnt vertically straight. Is the pcture abit underexposed?

    Taken at F3.4 ISO 200.

    PLease give me some invaluable comments so that I can improve. Thanks.

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    Default Re: Leafy leaves...

    if its me shooting, you'll probably see the pole running on the right perpenticular down. about 2/3.

    then the leaf won't be cut off like that.
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    Default Re: Leafy leaves...

    maybe u can crop away slightly more on the bottom, coz no nid to see so much of the "blur pole" on the bottom

    color wise , i tink its not bad

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    Default Re: Leafy leaves...

    I like the shot. However, as Del_CtrlnoAlt points out, you probably should have framed the pole a little more to the right. This is also true because you have cropped one of the leaves' tip off. The colours are spot on and the focus is great too. Perhaps a little more aperture to really bring out that bokeh would have been nice, but overall great catch!
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    Thanks for the comments. I should have move abit to the right and shoot. Any more comments?
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    Default Re: Leafy leaves...

    i think dark green pole did not do a great job contrasting with the green leaves.. the leaves (leaf?) in focus look "lost"..

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