Fragrance of Freshness
Posted 04 September 2013 - 03:23 PM
pretty flower but to heavy on the water. You want the water to add to the photo not distract or take away from the beauty. The drops are too much and make it to where you can not see the flower very well
I will keep this in mind... next time when I click a Calopogon.
Posted 15 October 2013 - 09:36 PM
Best advice is to take lots of photos, practice and practice, take MANY photos If you plan on selling your photos then invest in the best camera you can on your budget check out the reviews here Digital Photography Review love this site. Another thing to do is visit critique sites, sign up and start critiquing others work, this will greatly improve your own work! One site is www.photoshig.com this is a site you submit your photos/receive critiques but you are required to give critiques as well, doesn't matter if you are good at critiquing, simply write out what you like and don't like about a photo you will get better at it : ) it is amazing how critiquing will improve your own photo skills
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