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SRC15 8 United Kingdom
4 Aug 2008 1:51AM
Great colours and Detail,,

Stuu

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chuckspics 9 14 United States
4 Aug 2008 3:52AM
like it very much, the framing is spot on. Chuck
4 Aug 2008 7:14AM
A very nice close up
4 Aug 2008 1:21PM
Great colours, with impact
foggytwo 13 36 1 Scotland
4 Aug 2008 8:10PM
Strong colours and great detail make this one stand out Hector.
Pete.
4 Aug 2008 11:56PM
wow such vibrancy well captured
Dawn
Tonyto 8 United Kingdom
10 Aug 2008 11:32PM
Beautiful colours, I like the composition!
Tony
JONTHELENS 9 34 United Kingdom
13 Aug 2008 11:38AM
lovely colour and detail.
jon
PeteWilliamson 11 545 2 Isle of Man
25 Jun 2009 10:54PM
Hi Hector

I like the composition of the image. Its definatley a tried and tested form for flowers.. Cutting in on one corner... sits well in the frame.
To me it appears slightly over saturated and the centre black spot just too black... but with the title being Fire Flower maybe this is the intention.
I would also maybe selectively de saturate the top right corner yellow subject that just creeps into view.

Nice one.

Pete
HectorRivera 9 17 1 United States
26 Jun 2009 6:43PM
Very nice. Excellent detail and color. Agree with Pete, tha second flower can go.
Scutter Plus
8 1.7k 6 United Kingdom
29 Jun 2009 7:52PM
Hector: my comments as a Critique Buddy

Good title which matches the image nicely, I find the bits of other flower distracting so I would clone them out so there is a black background. The bit of pink in the top right is particularly distracting.

I have done this intentionally without reading any other comments!

Ben
CanonMan Plus
14 524 4 England
29 Jun 2009 11:45PM
Critique buddy stuff - vibrant colours. Perhaps a little too vibrant? Think it would benefit from a plain black background and what about a tighter crop to just a quarter of the flower?

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