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Full Critique More Saltram flowers

SharonH

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I went back to Saltram yesterday with my daughter and eldest grandaughter, didn't get many photos because all my grandaughter wanted to do was feed the ducks :club:
The red leaves in the first picture were so bright I thought at first someone had lost a kite in the tree until I got closer and saw it was the beautiful leaves.DSC_0041.jpgDSC_0051.jpgDSC_0060.jpgDSC_0064.jpg
 

David_MC

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That first shot of the flower (2nd image) is really good.
 

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The two cyclamen shots are a little soft, especially the pink one. I’m guessing there might have been a small breeze. The focal length in these sorts of shots is measured in millimetres so any slight moment will have this soft result.

The first is a classic example of how clever our eyes are - cameras just cannot replicate what we see especially when looking into the sun or against the sky.

The second is fabulous and also well composed and cropped and if you did any editing, that was a perfect touch of sharpening. Fantastic!
 

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Thank you :) It did get breezy, it was one of those days where there is no wind until I tried to take a photo :club:
Yes it is edited, thank you :)
 
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