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Old Apr 20, 2011, 1:41 PM   #1
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Just a simple shot as an experiment with the backlight of the evening sun.

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Stefan,

Simple but very good. Would like to see a closer crop of the shot.

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Stefan,

Simple but very good. Would like to see a closer crop of the shot.

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JJ,

thanks a lot.

this is the crop you requested.

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thanks a lot.

this is the crop you requested.

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Stefan,

Thanks. Don't think the image has enough detail to do that heavy of a crop. Maybe just remove around 30% or so of the background but leave a good part of the stem. To me the subject just appears a little lost in the big background.

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