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jimmypaton 8 19 Scotland
27 Jun 2009 5:43PM
lovely image
jimmy

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casson 10 3 United Kingdom
27 Jun 2009 5:52PM
A great macro
john
27 Jun 2009 5:56PM
wonderful image
CarolG Plus
10 198 19 Greece
27 Jun 2009 6:29PM
A very detailed macro, well captured. Carol
jeanie Plus
12 6.0k 6 United Kingdom
27 Jun 2009 7:38PM
Thanks Jimmy, John, Kevin and Carol.
Grin
Looks good to me, the flower itself is pretty spectacular when you see it so close, nature has all the best shapes and colours.

Dougie
martin.w 14 448 22 United Kingdom
27 Jun 2009 7:57PM
A fine macro shot.....



......fancy not knowing the name of the flower :-P
elkiebrooks 13 83 5 United Kingdom
27 Jun 2009 8:10PM
A super image Jeanie. It looks liek the flower is exploding out of the frame.
GrahamNobles 8 9 4 England
27 Jun 2009 8:53PM
Great macro image, this.
Graham
Take-a-View 12 293 5 United Kingdom
27 Jun 2009 9:44PM
DOF works well; emphasising the head of the flower. Just wonder if you had stopped down a bit more you may have got a bit more detail/focus on the head.

Crop-wise I think there are a couple options: 1) crop to put the head slap bang in the midle of the frame or 2) put the head in the 1/3rds.

Ian
User_Removed 10 11 11 United Kingdom
27 Jun 2009 11:15PM
Lovely composition Jeanie!

Chris C
28 Jun 2009 8:19AM
nice macro work
Dave
camay 9 139 3 England
28 Jun 2009 11:01AM
Crit Buddie (this is very new to me!)

This is a lovely image, and there's not a lot you can say crit wise. The colours are lovely, you've almost centred it, presumably to draw total attention to it and away from the rest of the flower. I've tried a mod to place it a little more off-centre, but I'm not sure it works either, you can tell me what you think. It's the light area at the top that drags my eye away from the flower centre.

Lynne
HectorRivera 9 17 1 United States
28 Jun 2009 3:23PM
Nice shot
v8dunc 9 333 4 Scotland
28 Jun 2009 5:08PM
crit buddie

I like the central part of the image,sharp with strong colours.I find the outer areas of the image dont add anything.Maybe a tighter crop would concentrate more on the subject

Duncan
Artois 10 405 1 United Kingdom
29 Jun 2009 10:42AM
I like the starburst effect you have captured. I think a tighter crop would emphasise the head. I have uploaded a mod, I slightly adjusted levels and applied unsharp mask. I also cropped so the head is central. Overall a good macro image.

Stella
phaz99 9 26 1 Scotland
29 Jun 2009 2:09PM
Crit Buddy

Lovely image, don't have much to say I am afraid! Agree with what the others have said about the positioning, and particularly like Stella's mod - think it looks better central and closer in. Really like the DOF on this and how only the centre is actually in focus.

Eleanor
jeanie Plus
12 6.0k 6 United Kingdom
29 Jun 2009 3:37PM
thanks everybody and thank you Crit Buddies for your thoughts on this and your mods.

Jeanie
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tigertimb 9 40 66 United Kingdom
1 Jul 2009 4:11PM
Great shot and nicely using the macro to present a different view of the subject. I would personally maybe just crop a little off the left, increase DOF a notch and have a slight angle on the head but all very minor preferences
Tim
NEWMANP Plus
8 1.6k 574 United Kingdom
1 Jul 2009 11:11PM
funny thing Jeanie but when i looked at the thumb, it didnt look at all inspiring and yet when opened it becomes something else, that tiny depth of field focused in just the right place makes for a gorgeous detail.
i have to say though i would have been tempted to place things a bit off centre or crop to square.
i made up the 7th in the group at the last min by the way.
Phil
jeanie Plus
12 6.0k 6 United Kingdom
3 Jul 2009 10:54AM
Thank you Tim and Phil.
Your thoughts are appreciated.
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