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    Does this work for you? Comments welcome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teerex
    Does this work for you? Comments welcome.
    IMHO, shift the angle to have the flower behind not directly "grow" on top of the base flower.

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    sorry dude, the frame's not cool to me..and yeah...shift the angle

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    Quote Originally Posted by khairi
    sorry dude, the frame's not cool to me..and yeah...shift the angle
    Thanks Hosea will take note of such angles for future shots.

    khairi - maybe simple border would be better?

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    simpler as in...it'll be able to bring out the photo rather than the effects used to make the border.

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    Quote Originally Posted by khairi
    simpler as in...it'll be able to bring out the photo rather than the effects used to make the border.
    Just the thin white border around the picture, without the drop shadow and frame. Can do?

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    almost perfect already not much to change

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    Quote Originally Posted by clive
    almost perfect already not much to change
    Thanks clive, but I think Hosea's suggestion about shifting the angle is right. So that the smaller flower does not seem to grow out of the larger one.

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    Not bad already, accept like what the rest said.. shift the flower to side. If you have the choice, try not to include the background flower, dun look perfect to me leh.

    And yes make the border simple so viewer can pay more attention to the subject rather then the border, just my 2 cents

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimtong
    Not bad already, accept like what the rest said.. shift the flower to side. If you have the choice, try not to include the background flower, dun look perfect to me leh.

    And yes make the border simple so viewer can pay more attention to the subject rather then the border, just my 2 cents
    Thanks jim, have taken note of comments. For a newbie, there are times where I can't visualise how a picture will look like through the viewfinder until it is printed. Then I will myself.

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