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    Default The Dancing Rose

    I found this is rather fresh for myself, and want to share with everyone.



    I welcome all comments.
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    maybe can consider a square crop

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    Great idea. but what make you think a square crop?
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    because you placed the subject right at the center of the frame

    otherwise, can consider placing the subject off centre, the LHS does not seem to add to the scene

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    I was thinking to keep the LHS more white/off white to create some space. But you idea also good. I have tested on my machine.
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    Nice...btw what is LHS

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    Default Re: The Dancing Rose

    Unique!
    By long shutter or PS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 88hebrew View Post
    Nice...btw what is LHS


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    Default Re: The Dancing Rose

    I like it as it is =)



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    Quote Originally Posted by Rendell View Post
    Unique!
    By long shutter or PS?
    Many thanks~ it is done by turning the camera clock wise (or the other way round), and lens zoom in the same time. Of course the course i tweak a bit on the saturation/vibrance, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kilkenny View Post
    I like it as it is =)



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    As long as there is someone like it as I do. I am happy enough. Thanks.
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    wow i like this shot very soft very good

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    Quote Originally Posted by kenken17 View Post
    Many thanks~ it is done by turning the camera clock wise (or the other way round), and lens zoom in the same time. Of course the course i tweak a bit on the saturation/vibrance, etc.
    Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by macro freak View Post
    wow i like this shot very soft very good
    Thanks macro~ I am happy you like it.
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