Good water drops or bad ones

Nagaisgich

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Carmel
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So I stood in a light rain to get a shot of little droplets on a daisy. Would have liked them to be bigger? Shinier? Or am I just all wet?

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sinnerjohn

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Pixel
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So I stood in a light rain to get a shot of little droplets on a daisy. Would have liked them to be bigger? Shinier? Or am I just all wet?

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I think good, the centre of the daisy looks like it has a smiley face. There's always room for improvement though in everything we do, just keep on shooting! :thumbs:
 

terse

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So I stood in a light rain to get a shot of little droplets on a daisy. Would have liked them to be bigger? Shinier? Or am I just all wet?

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I think closer is better, and sharper. Sometimes I need to maneuver around quite a bit to find a position where the light helps to accentuate the edges of the droplets. Plus white flowers are tough. (I have the same problem with egrets -- they're so bright white the camera gets fooled.)
 

Nagaisgich

MobiPassionista
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Carmel
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iPhone 7
I think closer is better, and sharper. Sometimes I need to maneuver around quite a bit to find a position where the light helps to accentuate the edges of the droplets. Plus white flowers are tough. (I have the same problem with egrets -- they're so bright white the camera gets fooled.)
Thanks for the advice. I’ll angle for the edges next time
 
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