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Daisy daisy

By suemart
Still playing with the daisies in the garden! They're beginning to go over now but it's been fun Smile

All comments and suggestions as to how the image might be improved are welcome.

Tags: Daisies Black and white

Voters: User_Removed, DicksPics, Monochrome2004 and 19 more

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Brilliant composition I like the half in half out adds a lot of interest to what’s out of frame

Carole
pablophotographer 10 1.9k 411
22 May 2020 4:05AM
Hi.
It is daring. As one judge said to a friend: "Flowers have distinct smell and colour, your picture lacks both". Although I disagree with him I get his point. I still use black and white film and I have shot a fruit in my last undeveloped, unfinished roll.

I can distinguish the "half out" flower. I can't realise which the "half in" is. The cropped flower on the right is too close to the main flower. You are already in your lense's widest aperture and too close to make the first two flowers look seperate.
Cropping one of the two to minimise that fact does not cut it for me. I would move the camera to the right side and show the fall off of these 3 flowers...

pablophotographer


suemart Plus
4 4 2 United Kingdom
22 May 2020 6:36AM
Thank you very much for looking and for your comments Carole and pablophotographer. Much appreciated!
TornadoTys 6 208 1 United Kingdom
22 May 2020 8:23AM
You have done well to give the daisy image some interest !
I have photographed a lot daisy's recently and it is difficult to get a composition that works well to capture the viewers interest.
Irishkate Plus
11 45 121 United Kingdom
22 May 2020 10:37AM
It is good to get advice from other members here - I learn a lot from critiques.
I like your use of mono with the daisies - the dark stems add tonal value.
I expect you know you can use all the colours in saturation in Photoshop to
alter the tones.
KateGrin

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