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Welcome to TrekNature most importantly. Your starting image is a bit so-so, because the color contrast is nice as well as lights, but sharpness could really be improved so could the composition: focus is soft and the compo's too much centered. Try to use 'rule of thirds' when composing a picture, I mean place the main subject into any third of the photo (this one into the left, due to its curves which go right a little). Also be careful with exposure in harsh light conditions like this, because small territories on the yellow part of the flower became a bit overexposed.
Have a great time on the site while uploading your photos and commenting others'. At the same time I advice you to write notes to support your posts - about the species itself (not only "endemic" and the name: the motto of the site is "learning from nature through photography"), about how you made the photo, your intention while shooting etc. - anything goes!
Best regards, László
PS: and please share the exif data of your pics.
- [2012-04-28 23:42]
really beautiful flower. i think the lighting is a bit harder, that shadows the real color of the flower. good framing. tfs.