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03/03/2011 - 5:51 PM

Pink

PinkThe whole photo is attractive (light, colours, droplets, position of the flower).

The photo could have been better if you had chosen a smaller aperture (f16 for example rather than the wide aperture you used) as a result the shutter speed would have been much slower than 1/80sec (so a tripod would be required. You would have got far more detail on the petals.

If you do not have a tripod, pushing the ISO to 400 for example would enable to shoot hand holding the camera or using some sort of support.
24/02/2011 - 7:02 PM

Mount Kanchenjunga,India.

Mount Kanchenjunga,India.Stunning landscape.
You would get better photos if you were closing the lens (f16 for example) and letting your camera choose a slower speed (careful if you don't have a tripod). Your photo would have more contrast, definition and the colours would also be better (less washed out).
JNC
06/12/2010 - 2:13 PM

glowing towers 2

glowing towers 2I like those pastel colours. Beautiful lines and patterns. Great you included the reflection.
B&W version is very attractive too but the colours add life to the photo.
JNC
10/11/2010 - 1:38 PM

Street astrologer

Street astrologerInteresting image.
If you had been able to lower yourself, you might have had a better perspective on this scene.
JNC
07/05/2009 - 8:03 PM

flowers

flowersIt's a lovely and delicate flower.
I would have used a smaller aperture in order to have a better depth of field (one large petal seems out of focus, just slightly) + a touch of flash to give more definition to the flower. I would have cropped the photo (a bit at the top and bottom + a lot of the right handside).
In Photofiltre I would have increased the contrast just a touch.
JNC
17/07/2007 - 3:45 PM

Proud

ProudA superb portrait of this very nice dog. Great detail.
You could have cropped the top part of the photo to get rid of the "tube thing". JNC