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Copyright: Harsh Awasthi (harshawasthi) (22)
Genre: Plants
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2008-01-06
Categories: Flowers
Camera: Sony DSC H9
Exposure: f/5.6, 1/60 seconds
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Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2008-06-01 8:09
Viewed: 3907
Points: 4
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note
After searching on the internet for quite some time I have been able to identify this flower as Zinnia. Since I still donít have an exact match, I would request any of you who does, to please help me with it.

PP: CS2 for creating borders
Neat Image to reduce noise
Lighroom to increase Shadow.

Thanks for stopping by,

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  • goldyrs Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 974 W: 51 N: 2913] (11497)
  • [2008-06-04 19:12]
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Hey Bro!
I thought your interest had waned off after the last post...I'd meant to talk to KMR about it, usne bhi band kar diya tha post karna!But he's back, and you follow suit!
If anything, Harsh, I see a marked improvement in this shot, vis-a-vis your two older posts.For one, the aesthetics in terms of the final presentation have become superb..And then there are the technicalities of the shot, which your Jiju will be in a better position to tell you about.
I post from the heart, learn from my mistakes and that's how it's been goin'!Kurtz, on the other hand is a perfectionist...
Getting back to the shot, it looks perfect, has been presented very well,but if you see the noise removal on the flower itself, it's perhaps gone overboard just a teeny-weeny bit....it looks soft in some places...
But as i said, don't mind me, keep goin', pick a shot you like, and post it...I'm sure we keep learning, and will end up learning more..
An excellent effort, not only from the perspective of the shot, Harsh, but because I see you've put in an effort to learn (my clue to this - Neat image & KMR go hand in hand).
Very well done!
And please be regular, it motivates you to do more, and better!

Hello Harsh,
a pleasure to see those rich details and delicious contrasting colours, and the simple and clear composition.
Thank you! With best regards,

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