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    Rose in the darkness

    Rose in the darkness

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    Re: Rose in the darkness

    Lovely rose, the water drops add sparkle, however, the picture overall is too dark. I am viewing in a bright room which makes this image harder to see. Try pulling the top end of the histogram so the white spikes are almost at the end.

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    Re: Rose in the darkness

    The lighting and background definitely work really well but it does look like it could use a bit more exposure to me as well.

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    Re: Rose in the darkness

    I like it exactly as it is...beautiful work and so atmospheric.

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    Re: Rose in the darkness

    I love the darkness, and the glittering drops - but it's probably too dark if you want to print it.

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    Re: Rose in the darkness

    Thanks all.

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    Re: Rose in the darkness

    When I read the title, I was expecting a rose that was flash exposed and looked horrible because of it. Instead, I was pleasantly surprised by the photo. I like the concept, but I think a warmer light might be much more suited here (ie: like a sunrise warmth). I know it would lose the strong red color of the rose. Of course, that's just my opinion...

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