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bahibo

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Nice ,but a bit blow out . And you can crop the a bit the lower part to make it center. :)
 

cjtune

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Makes a seriously nice wallpaper...
 

Absolute

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Hi Bro,

New here, just wondering if this pic has undergone editing??
If yes, may I know what software are u using??:hearts::gbounce:
 

casey4355

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quite nice. but some overly bright areas.
normally for such still life shots,
the pros seldom shoot in the wild.
they buy the best specimens from the flower shop they can buy,
no brown leaves, ugly twigs etc
then shoot in the studio.
 

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tkbonz

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Since my post has been removed, I'll repost my comments.

The lotus leave has been captured in an interesting point of view (top down) and together with the accompanying floating leaves, this picture is really great!
 

kruger

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Sorry to say this, but this pic doesn't hold my attention. Taken from top down is fine but it makes the water droplets seems flat. Composition wise, it's dead center, perhaps placing the leaf off center could create a different feel. The distractions on the leaf can't be helped since it's captured in nature. The center portion is overblown, loss of details, it seems the surrounding leaves are better exposed.
 

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