does this work?


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ziedrich

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my first attempt at this type of still life floral shot. constructive comments very much appreciated... :cheers:

 

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the purple background is too close or the DOF is too much in this case. just my 2 cents.. ;)
 

ziedrich

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thanks petaflopz n trevor...

the purple background is too close or the DOF is too much in this case. just my 2 cents..
i see. i set the aperture to F/29, in hope of keeping the whole flower in focus. i guess it had the background rather sharp as well. ......might be a bit distracting from the subject itself? experimented with diff lighting n was pondering whether the overall effect is nice or not.
 

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Put the foreground further from the background or the other way around.

Then you can blur the background with nice color ;)
 

ziedrich

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thanks. yah a natural blur could have blended the different shades of purple into a natural gradient. darn. didnt think of that. hmm, learn from experience!
 

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