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Lovely soft pastel colour harmonies... Cherished harbingers of springs and the reemergence of winter's dormant of flora..

Use of rising diagonal compositional elements work well here... Masterful use of shallow DOF...

 

Thank you for sharing Fons

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Lovely soft pastel colour harmonies... Cherished harbingers of springs and the reemergence of winter's dormant of flora..

Use of rising diagonal compositional elements work well here... Masterful use of shallow DOF...

 

Thank you for sharing Fons

 

thank you Thomas, so much appreciated

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The second one is very dreamy. I would crop out the top left and a small section of the bottom to keep the frame filled with the petals. 

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The second one is very dreamy. I would crop out the top left and a small section of the bottom to keep the frame filled with the petals. 

 

Dallas, i see your point, thank you.

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I like them both, agree that the pastel colors really shine and the soft dreamy out of focus areas are pleasing.

Thanks for sharing.


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The first has deep, rich contrast and shading. I really like its narrow DOF and almost monochromatic colors. There's a lot happening too, so you could have multiple pictures here if you decided to do a few crops.

 

The second is quite different than the first. Still good, but I think it might need a bit more contrast.

 

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