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william got framed

By NeilWigan
sweet william in frame

Tags: Flowers and plants

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achieverswales 6 8 101 Wales
15 Aug 2010 3:22PM
As a Photographic judge you judge the whole image including border! this border is overpowering the main subject so would loose a lot of marks, none of the main image is sharp so overall would not do well in competitions, the colours are great because they compliment each other.

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15 Aug 2010 3:49PM
I have done a mod where I have

1. Rotated the image as I felt it looked better that way.
2. Did a tad of sharpening
3. Darkened some of the lighter streaks going out of the picture using the overlay layer.

Hope you like it.

re the border, it does not bother me too much as I like the whole image as it is different. If you were to enter it in a competition then the judge might well criticise it for the border, as achieverswales has pointed out. However, if you like it as it is then that is good.
achieverswales 6 8 101 Wales
15 Aug 2010 3:56PM
The modification has helped this no end as it is sharper but still it is not focused well>
paulbroad 9 116 1057 United Kingdom
15 Aug 2010 4:07PM
I rather like the basic idea, an attempt to be different, but it does need to be rather sharper, and this one is a bit too far out for software.

Mod his good, and my jury is out on the border - probably a bit heavy.

Paul
Eviscera 10 1.1k 149 United Kingdom
15 Aug 2010 6:09PM
Im on the fence with tradition.

You have to ask yourself , was this an exercise in presentation / p.s skills or an attempt to show off what ultimately is a rather unimaginative subject.

How a wavy mono border is supposed to support a flower is , erm . Subjective.

Try various border/subject ideas , right down to a simple keyline.
NeilWigan Plus
6 13 15 England
16 Aug 2010 12:03AM
Sorry have been to rugby, lost that as well, but to all , agreat thank you for looking and honestly giving your opinions and that is what i need.We,the missusand i, have been trying to make picture frames in photoshop elements and this came up we thought it looked nice so we put it up.I am good with hammers and spanners,art and aesthetics have never been my strong points but i love taking pictures of what i see and then i look at your work and know i need to get better, so advice and guidance is a great help.P.S.
the flower is not a, sweet william, but a, diacia. Apologies ,Neil+family
NeilWigan Plus
6 13 15 England
16 Aug 2010 12:06AM
Lonely-oryx and Pamela jean, thanks for the gentle guidance.neil
Mavis Plus
14 143 2 England
17 Aug 2010 3:32PM
I like the sharpening Pamela has given your Dianthus. It is good to try new ways of presenting subjects

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