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    ande2330 is offline Karissa Anderson
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    Took the first picture a long time ago, and decided to go back and play with it in photoshop. What do you think? Are either of them good? Which one is better?

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    Love daisies....
    Personally I like the second pic. I see it as a shot I could hang in our room.
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    I like number one it looks more lively

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    Second picture, definitely. It has a sort of surreal feeling to it. Plus, the sharp contrast demands the viewer to focus in on the subject.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Koneru View Post
    Second picture, definitely. It has a sort of surreal feeling to it. Plus, the sharp contrast demands the viewer to focus in on the subject.
    I agree, the second one is unusual and interesting. The first one is ok but I'd play with the white balance a bit. It's kind of too greenish for me.

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    I prefer the second one and I like the reduced vibrance in it. But I think I'd personally like to see a tad bit more contrast overall and some vignette, but it's up to you if you want to add that or not. But I think that it definitely needs a bit more contrast in the petals themselves because for me it looks almost like it's blown out But maybe that's just me. Otherwise I love the photo!

    I'm a bit curious about the crop though, what ratio did you use? I think a 1:1 would be even better to get rid of some negative space up the top.
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