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  • Early Southern Spring

    Your C&C appreciated!
    Jocelyn

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    Re: Early Southern Spring

    For me, I can see two things to change:

    1. I would have the branch coming in from the left, not the right (so flip the photo)
    2. I would have copped the top by a further 35mm to loose most of the large distraction.

    IMHO...

    Regards

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      Re: Early Southern Spring

      Originally posted by shortyloz View Post
      For me, I can see two things to change:

      1. I would have the branch coming in from the left, not the right (so flip the photo)
      2. I would have copped the top by a further 35mm to loose most of the large distraction.

      IMHO...

      Regards
      Hi Jocelyn

      The most important thing is the out of focus branch, better if possible to have got closer to keep them out of the frame; they in my opinion do nothing for the picture.
      Crop the picture to just the sharp flowers, dong a bit of cloning to mob up any intrusive bits that escape.
      The light on the sharp flowers is beautiful, I have tried a crop and whats left make a very good picture.

      Patrick

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