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  • Red rose in my parents yard

    Hello, I would like feedback on the composition of this image, I can re-shoot if neccesary. Any other comments welcome.
    Thank you!
    Marisela
    Rose
    Shoot! I forgot the EXIF data, sorry!
    Camera Canon EOS REBEL T3
    Exposure 0.01 sec (1/100)
    Aperture f/8.0
    Focal Length 125 mm
    ISO Speed 100
    Exposure Bias 0 EV
    Flash Off, Did not fire
    Focus Mode One-shot AF
    Digital Zoom None
    Canon Exposure Mode Manual
    Lens Type Canon EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6
    Last edited by windrider86; 05-11-2011, 12:17 PM. Reason: posted your photo for you
    Marisela

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  • #2
    Is your focus point directly on the rose? The wall on the right side seems in focus as well and its distracting to the rose. Colours look great in the pic.

    I think in the critique section, you need to post EXIF data as well.
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    • #3
      you may want to read the guidelines so you'll know what info to include. You'll get far more responses if you do. Thanks
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      • #4
        Originally posted by justin_ing View Post
        Is your focus point directly on the rose? The wall on the right side seems in focus as well and its distracting to the rose. Colours look great in the pic.

        I think in the critique section, you need to post EXIF data as well.
        You're right, it is a little bit distracting! The focus point is on the rose, I guess the wall was at the same distance as the rose and that's why seems in focus. I was standing next to the wall. Thank you for your response!
        Marisela

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        • #5
          try using the center AF point, and then once its focused on the flower, drag the camera to your frame. It may help with getting rid of that focus.
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