In Soft Light
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|Apparently this is a weed, not sure. But that is not important. Each entity carries within itself a beauty to be discovered.|
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Indeed a lovely plant with soft lights, it could match with an elegant 1900 crystal Vaze an artistic image well done NEELS GUNTER
Bom dia Neels,
That delicacy and beauty!
Everything here is smooth, the colors, tones and especially the shadows.
This is a picture to remember.
- [2015-12-03 2:05]
I am afraid I am not keen on this one, the plant looks withered and past its best and I believe shadow does not improve it - obviously others see things that I cannot see but then again I am not a great lover of flower shots at the best of times- so don't pay much attention to my opinion
I don't know what light source you used but it has caused some heavy shadows and I think you either like them or you don't. Personally, I;m not keen. I don't think the background has brought the best out of the flowers. I can't see what settings you used but they don't look as sharp as they could.
I quite like the soft shadow effect cast on the BG. The overall light has been well managed and natural details brought out. The one plant shows us both life and death of its flowers. Not sure but I think it is a weed which thrives near stagnant ponds, but i might be wrong.