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I know I don't usually post much here, since I spend most of my time at the clinic area, landscape, portrait or wildlife areas, and I use my 105 VR as a mid range tele more than a flower shooter!

But I shot these today at the Cafe Gathering, would apprecaite your thoughts, suggestions, etc.

Number two seems a bit soft, probably from the wind, more saturation? sharpen it even more (already done heavy) or leave alone?

thoughts on the other images?

Thanks,

Wade

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Wade, on the first three, I'd be tempted to use a mild S curve to increase contrast and provide some separation between subject and background. On the last one, I'd rent a bulldozer -- bamboo can easily get out of hand and become a real nuisance:biggrin: [I'm even disturbed by photos of it:eek: ]
 

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I wouldn't do a thing to #2. The saturation is perfect, I think.

thanks for the look

Wade, on the first three, I'd be tempted to use a mild S curve to increase contrast and provide some separation between subject and background. On the last one, I'd rent a bulldozer -- bamboo can easily get out of hand and become a real nuisance:biggrin: [I'm even disturbed by photos of it:eek: ]

will give that a go. Thanks,

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