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Oh well, since my last attempt at Looking For Perfection achieved a thumbs down (or at best the hitch hiker stance with the executioners undecided thumb). I'll console myself with a couple of simple flowers.





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Re: More Baby Beauties

So on another thread I've had to sort of accept that just maybe, maybe - mind you, I might have been less than totally right on the composition of one of my photographs. I thought I'd add one more to this thread



As you can see, it has a diagonal line and oodles of thirds, could it be I've got it right?

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Re: More Baby Beauties

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So on another thread I've had to sort of accept that just maybe, maybe - mind you, I might have been less than totally right on the composition of one of my photographs. I thought I'd add one more to this thread



As you can see, it has a diagonal line and oodles of thirds, could it be I've got it right?

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I do prefer the third one, It is lit nicely and seems to me a good portrait picture of the plant rather than a scene. There are also less visual disruptions (areas of OOF and stray grasses) But, maybe I am too predictable on wildlife work I still go for very traditional composition most often. That is increasingly not enough.

I ought to post some of the less obvious ones myself. I do take them but....It is frustrating to really like something and not get any feedback that supports you.

I might comment on the fly, I tend not to post very much by way of criticism. But maybe that would help?

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