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    Wonderful shot, Casil. The crop is well done and I love the blue-grey shimmer here!

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    subtle and delicate but the close crop gives it a sense of power, too. it might be the light coloring, too. loud colors sometimes overload the frivolity factor, while a quiet tone does the opposite. nice work.
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    Lovely comp here casil! Can you describe your PP on this? Curious to know about it's natural colour versus the blue/grey.
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    Love the crop and the dof here Casil.
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    Beautiful image casil. love the dof

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    Great dof and colors!!
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    Love it! Simply beautiful.
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    Thanks guys...
    Marko basically I just desaturated it in LR...it was a vibrant purply-blue colour before but I liked it better with the almost grey-blue tone to it.
    Also ran it through Viveza to bring up the detail a bit.
    These are just little tiny flowers....ground cover and about 2cm across max.
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    The crop and DOF worked really well in this piece. And the subtle color add a hint of mystery to the subject. Good job on this one, Casil!

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