The Dancing Rose


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grumpy

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maybe can consider a square crop
 

grumpy

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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
 

kenken17

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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. :cool:
 

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wow i like this shot very soft very good:thumbsup:
 

Rendell

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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. :):bsmilie:
Thanks for sharing.
 

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