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Ebruli sardunyalar

By izida  

Tags: Flowers and plants

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20 Apr 2011 4:48PM

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paulbroad 10 123 1244 United Kingdom
20 Apr 2011 6:32PM
The expose on the flower blloms is correct this time, but they seem suspended in space to me. I would like a slightly lighter background with the suggestion of stems and leaves. i would also tend to have the blooms nearer the left with space to the right - as the eye sees.

iancrowson Plus
8 211 146 United Kingdom
20 Apr 2011 9:29PM
I looked at this image earlier and agreed with Paul. Looking again I can just see some leaves which add a lot to the balance. The colours are good although on my screen I'm losing detail in some of the white areas.
Its a pretty image and attractive image but I feel it stil needs more background detail to make it work.
regards, Ian
Jestertheclown 9 7.7k 252 England
20 Apr 2011 9:40PM
I have to agree with what's been said above.
I've uploaded a mod. in which I've adjusted it using the shadows/highlights tool. In fact, I diodn't even move the sliders!
I've also cloned out some bits of leaf and stuff that was hidden in the dark around the edges.
And sharpened it.
Now I've done that though, I can't help thinking there's something not quite right about the composition.
I want to turn it upside down!

Hope this helps.


Edit: I've uploaded a second mod. in which I've turned it over.
izida 8 Turkey
21 Apr 2011 7:15AM
To support and assist me in a positive direction to Friends would like to thank all the
iancrowson Plus
8 211 146 United Kingdom
21 Apr 2011 10:20AM
I would say the third mod by Frank has done the trick. The leaves give it a sense of being and the topaz filter seems to have returned some details to the white areas.

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