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Old Mar 9, 2012, 2:12 PM   #1
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Old Mar 9, 2012, 4:52 PM   #2
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G'day mw

As a couple of experiments they have probably succeeded in what it was that you were aiming at ~ and all of us 'togs do lots of experimenting.
However like a chef in the kitchen, our experiments refine our techniques till we become "real good mate" and produce excellent results ... so keep experimenting !

cc of your images if I may-
The 1st image I wasn't too sure what I was being shown, but via #2, I can see what #1 is all about
#2 image, I find is a bit 'busy' ... what exactly do you want me looking at 'cos there's lots of colour & shape & texture etc etc

Mat I invite you to keep trying, but maybe just show us one, maybe two flowers at a time
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Old Mar 9, 2012, 5:22 PM   #3
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cc of your images if I may-
The 1st image I wasn't too sure what I was being shown, but via #2, I can see what #1 is all about
#2 image, I find is a bit 'busy' ... what exactly do you want me looking at 'cos there's lots of colour & shape & texture etc etc

Mat I invite you to keep trying, but maybe just show us one, maybe two flowers at a time
Regards, Phil
oh, my experimentig involved getting to try a micro mode for the first time mostly

pic #1 I like because it looks to me( how I see it) a litle surreal, alien almost etc
pic #2 I want to show all the colors, shapes and flowers, but I you think it take away focus,, I will go with your imput.

Like I said I was experimenting I have camera since Christmas, but with college,exams and prepering for my Certificate of Qualification ( lots of study) I really don't have time to play with it, since the experiment>
Phil, thank you for your imput, I am looking forward to more pictures and your critique and future imput.
Regards, Greg
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I'd agree with Ozzie here.... Adding to it, I'd say, if you have to put in those many flowers into an image, you might wanna take your frame a little farther away.


It's all about balance imho. If you have so much detail, you want to balance it a little with bland, low detail areas. Else, as Ozzie said, reduce the detail (1 or 2 flowers) if you need to fill up the frame with it
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I'd agree with Ozzie here.... Adding to it, I'd say, if you have to put in those many flowers into an image, you might wanna take your frame a little farther away.


It's all about balance imho. If you have so much detail, you want to balance it a little with bland, low detail areas. Else, as Ozzie said, reduce the detail (1 or 2 flowers) if you need to fill up the frame with it
Thank you. I will remember that.
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