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Old Mar 26, 2005, 3:51 PM   #11
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All excellent photographs. #3 is my favorite. What an extraordinary velvety creature.

Just a thought. If you have enough room to close crop #1, it could be an outstanding photograph.
Thank you Hiroshi, could elaborate on what you mean by close crop? What you see is the full image so I think there is room to crop it down. How close do you think I should go?
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Old Mar 26, 2005, 3:56 PM   #12
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All excellent photographs. #3 is my favorite. What an extraordinary velvety creature.

Just a thought. If you have enough room to close crop #1, it could be an outstanding photograph.
Thank you Hiroshi, could elaborate on what you mean by close crop? What you see is the full image so I think there is room to crop it down. How close do you think I should go?
Something like this?
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I would go a little closer and offet the moth for a better balance. Something like this. Please remember this is just one person's opinion. You as the photographer hold the absolute right over the look of your work.:|
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Old Mar 26, 2005, 4:16 PM   #15
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Thanks for your perspective. It is always good to hear other points of view.
I will definitely play around with it a bit. I have many other shots of this particular moth. Some are closer but, I don't think they have the unique angle that this shot has. I will certainly have fun playing with all the different variables. Thanks again for you input. I really appreciate it very much.

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