Nice flower, sharpness on the right points...
But you title this as "Nazdana"
on 15th of february you titled the same flower "Ajabgul"
I then thought the title was the name of the flower . . .
Can you give me some translation of the titles??
Thanks in advance...
Sorry to say, but this picture is to much fabricated (photoshopped!?!?)
I think you did a bad job here!.. Why ??
I'd like to see the original picture.. None of the pictures of this species I found on the Internet shows your -unnatural- colors!
I like the composition,
I like the plant (never heared of)
I like the colors
But I donot like the unsharpness of the main subject: the flower
And a little bit more contrast might work out fine (I think)
So I think it can be a very usefull picture: you can learn from it...
TFS (Yes, still!) and one point for usefulness
I like the idea of your picture, but there are some things that i donot really like in it:
- The flower in the foreground isn't sharp where I think it should be
- the back flower on the right looks a bit old. That is not always bad, but in this situation it is not old enough, so it is confusing to me
- I think it would be better when the red structure in the background on the right wasn't there
This makes your picture useful for learning to me and I think also for others!. Still TFS . . .
It must be a coincidence that we are gallery-neighbours, both with a picture from Austria. And your photo's subject is one that I'm very interested in: Orchids
It is a nice picture of a very nice flower, and it shows the flower in it's specific landscape very well. Personally I'd prefer more forground, so you see more grasses and the leaves of this specimen.
Yes, this is adonis vernalis
spring will come!
Nice picture, Also those intrigueing insects in it!
Very nice picture!
At first sight I thought you used a flash, but you write it's natural sunlight . . . special!
May be the picture will be stronger when the leaf under the labellum and the other flower are not visible (I know that's not always possible in nature, but software like Photoshop can do a lot of good things!)
Very nice macro-picture ! Nice color, good details and great sharpness . .
There is one thing left that I want to know: what is the size (in mm) of this insect?? This is something that often is missing is this kind of macrosphotos (my opinion)
I think you made a very nice shot,
But I think it's oversaturated . . .
And I do not agree with haraprasan . . . This oversaturating makes the picture unnatural.
Sorry, but this is what I really think!
Very nice shot of these three tree frogs . . .
The two on the left are really very good 'in picture',
the third on the right isn't real sharp and it shows almost only its back. That's why I would try to recrop te photo and show only the left ones.
But nevertheless . . . great picture