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Old 08-18-2004, 08:08 PM   #1
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hope this is not 2 much at once let me know what you think no need to be nice my mom does that for me
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Old 08-18-2004, 08:14 PM   #2
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The grasshopper could be more centered and the last photo you could have found a better looking flower, or was the subject the ladybug in the corner that I just noticed?













Ok. No really they are nice photos. Good focus on the subjects and I know they didnt just sit there and let you snap off a couple hunderd shots.
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lol yep guess my subject is lost thank you for that good job ff on catching that for me now the grasshopper to the right a little you think?thank you very very much for your help!!!
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The grass hopper is positioned fine, it's hovering around the 1/3 line which is good, decent rule of thirds framing, but I would have liked to see the whole bug. It's just a bit overexposed too, but easily fixable with a levels or highlights adjustment.

The first photo, I would have dropped the flower down a smidge in the frame, the butterfly is just a bit too close to the top of the fram.

Ladybug, is also a little to close to the edge, the flower seems a little over saturated.

All the photos seem a bit grainy, were they taken at higher ISO or closely cropped?
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big crops rr that was as close as i wanted to get so i can easily recrop pver exposed how would i fix that besides not taking my daughter to play at that time of day?
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Well, there are a couple of ways, you can use a higher f/stop (smaller aperture, or you can increase shutterspeed. Personally on this photo I would open the aperture a bit to make the depth of field a bit shallower, and increase the shutterspeed quite a bit.
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