h20 droplets - newbie here


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Hi all...a newbie here...got a camera last dec but started doing shoots during the last 4 wks...so I think I could still consider myself a newbie (am I right?)

As it's my first time to share and ask somebody to criticize my shot, :sweatsm: please be gentle :sweatsm: just joking...I would like to hear some honest comments as to improve my skills...

Anyway, here is a shot I took about 2wks ago at botanical garden...after the rain stop, I can't help but noticed the water droplets on this plant (or should I say grass)... although I know how to use Photoshop, I decided not too because I really wanted to concentrate on my shooting skills rather than my Photoshop skill. So the image is untouched, taken from my NIkon D80 with 28-105mm f/3.5-4.5DIF-AF Lens and uploaded as it is...Thanks:)

 

ryuggen

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Thats a good thought jerems. You have understood the essence of photography well.:)

For a beginner, you seems to have succeeded in gaining knowledge of DOF factors.
Perhaps you would like to work more on the composition to further draw more impact and viewer's attention.
 

nysheng

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yes..agree wif ryuggen.. nice dof play. but need to work on composition i feel..
the position of the leaves is a little erm..debatable i would say.
but overall is a nice and simple shot :)
 

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