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    Tel
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    My Park of the Roses shots

    OK, a long long time ago, in a city not so far away, I shot The Columbus Park of the Roses. It was fun. I finally got around to sorting them out and sizing them down. I would like some Critique. I'm not that experienced with Flower shots, but I like taking them.















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    Oh, and I cropped the Bee one, so it should be a bit grainy.

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    Re: My Park of the Roses shots

    That first one is quite nice...could crop some off the right.
    Keep Shooting!

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    Re: My Park of the Roses shots

    Quote Originally Posted by Tel
    OK, a long long time ago, in a city not so far away, I shot The Columbus Park of the Roses. It was fun. I finally got around to sorting them out and sizing them down. I would like some Critique. I'm not that experienced with Flower shots, but I like taking them.
    Just out of curiosity, why didn't you post this in the critique forum? I'm sure you would have received a lot of helfpful feedback there.

    Maybe the mods can move this thread for you.

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    Re: My Park of the Roses shots

    Ahh yeah, I keep forgetting that place exists, lol.

    If a mod could, that'd be great.

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    Re: My Park of the Roses shots

    Now I wish I could take a day off to got to the Rose Test garden (Portland, Or in Washington Park) and unless some new high rises a good view of Mt. Hood.
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    Re: My Park of the Roses shots

    The first thing that I thought when looking thru them is that they are very dark. I am no expert, but I think they would look better lightened up a bit. Otherwise very nice job!
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