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Two Months Till a Year

By Pirate_Chris  

Tags: Plant Flowers and plants Landscape and travel

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graceland Plus
13 2.5k 2 United Kingdom
8 Jan 2008 5:24PM
what are you trying to put over ???

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wipka84 Plus
10 43 England
8 Jan 2008 5:42PM
Is this a 10 month old plant that has now grown into a much larger plant/tree? Very abstract title if it is.

The light background helps bring out the colour of the leaves and the dof keeps the interest in the subject, but i dont understand what the subject really is, and I find I am looking over the picture rather than at it. I think its the title throwing me.

Just my opinion though, I dont really know much technically, just what i like.
The title was the song I was listening to at the time, probably not a very good choice, well obviously not a very good choice, I wasnt really trying to present anything with the picture its just simply one of the first shots I took when I got my D50.
Tooth Plus
12 5.8k 227 Ireland
12 Jan 2008 4:47PM
Your second comment explains a lot. You seem to have juust been experimenting with the camera and came up with this. It's hard to critique something if it's not really representing anything, and this looks to me just like a picture of something for the sake of it.

No harm in that though - your photography will improve (especially if you stick around on this site and interact) to the point where each picture had thought and consideration put into it in terms of the whole composition and thew subject matter and, yes, what it represents or says to you..This is where it changes from taking photographs to doing photography..


PS just got your PF up, and yes you've some quite varied stuff there - keep experimenting and you should find a style that you can grow with

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