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Fresh Garlic

By jerrynielsen      
Tired to take an eye catching photo, of some fresh garlic. Using backlighting and a reflective service.

Tags: Flowers and plants Close-up and macro

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franken Plus
15 4.5k 4 United Kingdom
13 Aug 2011 7:11PM
It works but I think there's to much space doing nothing on each side.

Ken

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stevenb Plus
14 260 6 England
13 Aug 2011 7:50PM
I've done a mod , see what you think. a bit more contast and then polarization filter used .
Bill
paulbroad 10 123 1200 United Kingdom
14 Aug 2011 4:07PM
Technically first class but subject fails to excite, although this is the kind of thing you often see on pub walls these days. More of an illustrative image.

Paul
Niknut Plus
7 1.7k 76 United Kingdom
14 Aug 2011 4:22PM
This really appeals to me !.....lovely simple image, with a gorgeous 'hi-key' effect.....top notch !

If it were mine, I'd be inclined to crop 20% from the LH side, to offset the 'subject' so that it is 'leaning'(?) into the frame................
banehawi Plus
13 1.7k 3783 Canada
14 Aug 2011 5:21PM
Jerry, - look at the mod that Eviscera has loaded, - thats all you need to take from this as critique!



regards


Willie
NEWMANP 9 1.6k 574 United Kingdom
14 Aug 2011 9:29PM
well i have to say that it started as a very nice and competently taken shot, but personally i never like to see a split composition and i was going to suggest that you crop from the base.
then i see that EVISERA has done a mod of that and gone a step or a mile beyond.

this mod had taken an eye catching shot and projected it to a whole new level of eyecatching and market potential but its really frustrating that there isnt a step by step of how to get there by blending the texture etc.

a full breakdown of workflow on this would have been good information for a whole lot of viewers who look in too.
Phil
nonur Plus
9 17 13 Turkey
28 Nov 2011 9:38AM
I simply like it!

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