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Blossom by killersnowman Blossom by killersnowman
some sort of fruit blossom, the same as in Fruit Fly....

THANKS!!!
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M0rt Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2005  Professional Photographer
Now i DO feel - new spring arrives to my soul!
Technique is exceptionalyy good. Well done
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Point-and-Click Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2005
If full-views didnt exist, this'd be awesome. As it is I'm usually too lazy to full view much. Do you do your own developing? a lot of the mistakes in this shot could be rectified if you did.


nice composition though....
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killersnowman Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
actualy its digital and i hued all the stuff to be that red color. so if you would like to tell me what could be improved i would love to try it out =)
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Point-and-Click Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2005
I'm not too good with digital imaging as yet - unless you want psychadelic outcomes (see my gallery with the "inside of my mind" shot), but im sure if you went onto the DA forums for digital phtography someone there'll help you.


sorry for not being able to help you more. i would help if i could
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killersnowman Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
well, you dont have to tell me how to come to the conclusion, just tell me what you dont like about it and i will try to come up with a remedy. you said "Do you do your own developing? a lot of the mistakes in this shot could be rectified if you did." well? what are these mistakes so i can try to rectify them? i really am looking forward to improving my art, so any help would be great! =)
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divinedecay Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
I like the weird focus you've got on this, it's cool... i can't help but think this would look better with a border though? maybe a plain white one? or a transparent white edge thingamy (i'm tired)
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LifelessBeforeThis Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2005   Writer
Perfect, gentle blurs and focus.
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niimo Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
Now that is a macro.. The focus is so close, and so shallow, that is pretty awesome man!
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Anere Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2005
I like how you played with focus :)
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Anere Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2005
Great shot :) I like how you played with focus and I don't know why but it gives me a sense of calm...
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alienateme Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2005
pretty. its so smooth. and it has such nice contrast.
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nomorenothing Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2005  Student
I love the contrast and the *cant think of what they are*but the parts which have pollen on :o i like th eonly thing would be the part which hangs down it just is very distracting for me.But maybe just me:hug:
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nomorenothing Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2005  Student
I love the contrast and the *cant think of what they are*but the parts which have pollen on :o i like th eonly thing would be the part which hangs down it just is very distracting for me.But maybe just me:hug:
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Metallifreaknate Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2005   Photographer
Yeah that is really awesome, nice shot!

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cultureddirtbag Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2005
I actually like this photo alot because there's selective focusing going on in there. And the black and white is beautiful, for some reason it really appeals to me. The close up-ness of it, to the point of abstractness is great as well. One moment it's a flower, the next they're like cells rushing inside the body.
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Dark1llusion Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2005
Very cool, I like.
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Friedemann Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2005   Writer
very impressive. The piece exudes a pleasant soothing atmosphere from the softness of the photo. Very well done!
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killersnowman Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
thank you! i enjoy looking at it for that exact reason, it is just relaxing...
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Noah06 Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2005  Student
ill have to go against hollywood, i really like it. You used focus to hightlight and contrast the fore and background which adds a lot of depth to a migh-have-been static pitcure. The black and white contrast is great as it moves from left to right, with the tendrils and their seeds disrupting the flow. Good job.
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killersnowman Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
thanks! but you do have to admit that when full-viewed nothing is in focus. i do really really like this shot but i am going to try again to get a focul point that is in focus!

thanks for the uplifting comments! =)
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thehollywood Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2005   Photographer
Sorry snowman, to be truthful, I don't really like it.

It's not in focus at all- although that may have been intended and I could just be being stupid.

Not to offend you- you have some VERY amazing pieces. Maybe it's my un-artistic eyes.
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killersnowman Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
i know i know... its not in focus, not even the tips of the little stem thingies. i tried my best to get just those things in focus but it didn't work... it was the best pic out of the ones that i tried this on...

thanks for the honest critique
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