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    a flower of "curazao"

    Another question is it good or bad?
    How is the composition:
    too heavy on the left side?
    Catalina
    a flower of "curazao"

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    Re: a flower of "curazao"

    Hi Catalina, Lovey colour, I like the image, I would be tempted to crop the dark part from the top of the frame, and the bigger branch from the bottom, and a little from the right side, this would bring the focus more on the flower bloom.

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    Re: a flower of "curazao"

    Hi Catalina,

    The background is a little blown for my taste. Maybe re-shooting it with a darker background. It would make the color pop more.

    I like the texture of the branch on the right, and agree with a tighter crop to loose the top darker area and the bottom branch.

    Here is my try, tighter crop, a little sharpening and an over all burn to darken the colors. I still think the almost white background detracts from the flowers a great deal.

    a flower of "curazao"

    I have been experimenting with the post production part and still have much to learn. Hopefully, some others will chime in as well.

    Hope this helps.

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    Re: a flower of "curazao"

    Thank you for your comments and for post production.

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