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    resting frog

    shot at f 4 1/60 with flash iso 100 canon resting frog

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    Re: resting frog

    Are you able to go in tighter? I find myself focussing more on the flower than the frog.

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    Beautiful shot! Only thing I find distracting is the bright spot to the lower right of the flower. Maybe try toning it down or cloning it out. Otherwise, great work!

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    Re: resting frog

    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Douglas View Post
    Beautiful shot! Only thing I find distracting is the bright spot to the lower right of the flower. Maybe try toning it down or cloning it out. Otherwise, great work!
    Yes and I would like to also tone down those 'false red' spots at the flower centre.

    I think it is well worth spending just a little more time on this photo to get it absolutely perfect.

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    Your right Geoff, a little pp work and it will definitely be wall worthy.

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