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artichoke

By Laslo
A live picture of my friend Elizabeth's house in Amsterdam made​​, he educates. The kitchen window is a bit strong and the external light. The image is not manipulated fotosoppal. Offers are interested in, in this case, the shooting for.

Tags: Flowers and plants Close-up and macro

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mhfore 9 6 176 England
12 Feb 2012 8:16PM
Laszlo, give your image room to breath. A time machine does not always work as the air colud be removed. Grin

MH

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pamelajean Plus
10 969 1847 United Kingdom
13 Feb 2012 5:51PM
Unfortunately, Laslo, your artichoke flower is not in focus. The one to the right of it is in better focus. Did you get too close?
It's a nice idea to shoot from the top of the flower, but I would personally include the green base, which is so attractive. I think that if you had taken the shot from further down, including the base, you could have had the window behind it instead of the distracting bits and pieces beneath it at the moment. If the window light is too bright, you could put a bit of material or card behind your subject and, if necessary, use your flash. Try to check your background before taking a shot and, if necessary, remove any distracting objects before shooting.
Pamela.
Laslo 4
13 Feb 2012 9:25PM

Quote:Unfortunately, Laslo, your artichoke flower is not in focus. The one to the right of it is in better focus. Did you get too close?
It's a nice idea to shoot from the top of the flower, but I would personally include the green base, which is so attractive. I think that if you had taken the shot from further down, including the base, you could have had the window behind it instead of the distracting bits and pieces beneath it at the moment. If the window light is too bright, you could put a bit of material or card behind your subject and, if necessary, use your flash. Try to check your background before taking a shot and, if necessary, remove any distracting objects before shooting.
Pamela.


Dear Pamela.
Thank you for your detailed advice. Not beautify myself, but then when I made this photo, my camera was only 2 days and were studied. Soon I'm going to have a similar photo that I made later.
Sincerely, Laci
paulbroad 9 117 1079 United Kingdom
14 Feb 2012 6:16PM
The focal plane is wrong, and that cannot be corrected. you will learn to master focus, but you must be sure the plane of sharp focus is on your main subject, then that the depth of field is enough to cover that subject.

paul

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