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Glaring and Pink

Radiant and Pink

Radiant and Pink

Inferno

Inferno

Cardinal

Cardinal

Rose-ade

Rose-ade

Numerous Petals

Numerous Petals

Crimson

Crimson

Deorc Red

Deorc Red

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Flora

by Dillon Ontiveros

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06/05/17

gabby

Deorc Red is one of my Fav. this image is dark yet it has so much color in it making the composition look rich and fine. I like the use of depth of field and the detail you were able to capture as well as the use of rule of thirds.

06/04/17

Danny.M

my favorite is Radiant and Pink the repetition and the way you focused on the first flower is vary nice

06/04/17

Celine

My favorite was Red Deorc. First of all, cool name; its really creative. I chose this one because I liked the contrast of the red flower to the green background and because of its position on the rule of thirds line.

06/04/17

Natalie

I liked "crimson" the best. Your use of depth of field is great, it helped you to single out the subject and make it stand out. It also has a different point of view from the photos you normally see of flowers.

06/03/17

Noelyn Cunamay

I like the Deorc Red. I like how the light fall only on the middle part of the rose.It appears that the pistils and the stamen are producing light. nice photo. I also like how you isolated your subject from the background.

06/03/17

theotaku1

My favorite is "Crimson"the shallow depth of field isolates the subject. It like it's peeking out at me inciting us to take a peek behind it. :-} Eunice

06/02/17

J Money

My most favorite is radiant and pink because, i just love that you have a sharp subject and a blurred background

06/02/17

KNijst

Deorc Red is great. Amazing how it looks as if the flower has it's own light source right in the middle which creates a great contrast versus the pedals and background.

06/02/17

Noelle Simonne

"Crimson" has a strong feeling. The subject being cut off from the frame and the dark grays contrasting. The aperture was so narrow that even the entire subject was in focus. I love it.

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