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KarenFB Plus
10 4.6k 167 England
24 Jan 2013 6:07PM
A good try, but your point of focus is a little out - because the droplets are the main subject of the image, they should be really sharp. If you look, you can see the sharpest area on your photo is the wall, it's only 2 or 3 inches out, but it makes all the difference! Smile

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24 Jan 2013 6:10PM
yes, i see what you mean! thanks Grin
26 Jan 2013 10:42PM
what your trying is technically very hard to achieve, its worth manual focus and placed on a tripod, take several images with a slight focus adjust till you get the correct focus depth. I am no expert but that is what i would have done, also find a good angle for the camera so that the background looks a bit more level. all in all good effort as i say very hard to achieve what your after and you nearly achieved so i would give my self a pat on the back for your effort.WinkGrinGrinGrin
pluckyfilly Plus
9 350 33 United Kingdom
3 Feb 2013 12:36PM
well seen photo opportunity ramyaa
Thank you for your comments!!!
jamestheboy 6 447 5 United Kingdom
4 Feb 2013 6:05PM
Good to see you having a go at something like this more so you done it outside, There are one or two areas could have been better but never mind all comes with experience keep up the good work look forward to seeing more photos like this one well done






James Smile
Thank you very much, I will keep on uploading more of my work... Please look out for more of my work!!!! Thanks again
4 Feb 2013 11:03PM
Ooh love this! Like said in the critique, the waer droplets themselves are a little out of focus, and that isnt the greatest when they are the main subject of the photo. But this is still incredible, the textures and different colours are awesome!
wow! thanks alexandral! keen to look our for your photos!

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