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19/11/2011 - 9:37 PM

Fly Agaric

Fly AgaricNice attempt, good dof on the cap itself, would have liked to have seen a little bit more of the stem itself , looks like a leaf is slightly blocking it a little, removing that would have still rendered the stem in soft focus but would have blended in nicely, also maybe clear the golden leaves away as they draw the eye away from the subject itself.

All in all a good effort Smile

Regards Chris.
19/11/2011 - 8:34 PM

Three Of A Kind

Three Of A KindNicely found trio Mark, maybe would have benefitted from a bit of gardening ( Ie: removing a few small twigs and the leaf in front)

Chris. Smile
16/11/2011 - 4:15 PM

Puffball

PuffballCracking specimen Mand, wish I could find one, must get my macro head on after this set of nights Smile

Same as I told Chris on his upload yesterday, would have benefitted with some selective gardening removing any extraneous items from the shot that tend to pull the eye away from the main focus of the shot, only takes a couple of minutes on the ground so to speak but improves the shot no end imho, all a learning curve this macro lark and I know you'll soon have it cracked Smile

Chris.
04/02/2010 - 6:21 PM

**Dragonfly**

**Dragonfly**Good use of viewpoint to give a split colouration to the background.

While the details good on the important part (the eye), If possible (dont know the conditions or location at the time) I would have liked to have seen it with all the body etc!! all on the same plane of focus to keep it all sharp, as it is one third of the image is slightly oof and tends to drag the eye to it.

Probably just a preference on my behalf but I feel it would be better if the actual eye was just a little higher in the frame, and not near enough dead central therefore eliminating part of the slightly overpowering red part of the twig which competes with the rest of the shot.

Apologies for being a little brutal Smile. Hth.

Chris.
13/05/2009 - 7:41 PM

Light & Dark

Light & DarkLovely view down the valley Rich Smile

But, I'm going to be picky here, lol Wink

Would have liked to have that bright bit of greenery in the v of the rocks eliminated by lowering the viewpoint a little as it tends to hold my eye Smile

Chris.