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    Default A bunch of flowers


    Would anyone like to give some C & C on the below..

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    Interesting light on this. I would have liked it if you had not cropped in so tight on the sides. The color is lovely.
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    I love the colors and the bg, but agree it would have looked much better with all the flowers showing on the sides. Great processing though. ~~Peg
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    Lovely arrangement and nice colors. I too think I would like to all of it or zoom in for a few selected flowers.


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    Thanks all for the feedback, I can only agree totally, the crop is just to much. ( Just give myself a lap)

    The process was as follows.

    Arranged flowers, Black back ground, Camera i think set at f8, total black out, open shutter for approx 10 seconds, and using a small torch i Light painted the flowers, lastly processed in Lucus Art..
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