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tonyguitar Plus
4 56 34 Canada
5 Aug 2012 1:53AM
The colour and design are magic. Nature always slays me. Love the composition too. Excellent!

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KarenFB Plus
10 4.7k 171 England
5 Aug 2012 7:58AM
Hi Manuel, welcome to EPZ! Smile

A beautiful capture - I'm not sure if your presentation is a little OTT, I'd love to see the original to compare the two. Smile
NDODS Plus
6 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
5 Aug 2012 8:17AM
A really stunning photograph depicting this wonderfully captured Bee Hawk Moth, however the choice of processing simply lets the gorgeous creature down in so many ways

Regards Nathan

Quote:A really stunning photograph depicting this wonderfully captured Bee Hawk Moth, however the choice of processing simply lets the gorgeous creature down in so many ways

Regards Nathan

Thanks for commenting, but you did not say how to improve ...

Quote:Hi Manuel, welcome to EPZ! Smile

A beautiful capture - I'm not sure if your presentation is a little OTT, I'd love to see the original to compare the two. Smile

Thanks for commenting, I'm new here, I'm improving slowly, how can I show the original?...

Quote:The colour and design are magic. Nature always slays me. Love the composition too. Excellent!
KarenFB Plus
10 4.7k 171 England
6 Aug 2012 3:32PM

Quote:Thanks for commenting, I'm new here, I'm improving slowly, how can I show the original?...


As you are an e2 member you can upload the original as a 'Version' - look under your description and find 'Photo Options', 'Upload Versions' is along that bar. Smile
KarenFB Plus
10 4.7k 171 England
6 Aug 2012 6:11PM
I think Version 2 is my favourite - Although you haven't changed the colours on the moth, I feel having its surroundings coloured seems to be easier on the eye. Saying that, if you like version 1 then it's perfect for you and that's all that matters! Smile
tonyguitar Plus
4 56 34 Canada
6 Aug 2012 6:52PM
The reason I like version one [V1] is that the delicate colours are stronger and more clear by contrast. TG
9 Aug 2012 11:54AM
Superb, V2 favoured,
Fred.

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