I believe this is Timothy Grass, beautiful in it’s architecture when seen close up.
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It’s an unusual take, with the nearly solid black background, and the grass was juxtaposed against some purple flowers. It adheres to the rule of thirds with fervent zeal but I found the gesture of the grass blades to add some fluidity. General thoughts/suggestions appreciated.
Fuji GFX 100, 100 - 200mm lens @ f14, 1/20th sec, using the larger extension tubes made for this camera. Lens set at 173mm.
Hi Kevin thanks for posting. Its an interesting image. Personally, I prefer that the grass blade does not in this case cross the background. I can understand why you might have thought it was an advantage. The background colour is complementary . The balance of the black background on the left is not quite the same and I would have done some test shots to try correct that as best you can. The central stem on the background plant is running slightly to the right and I would also have tried to correct. Macro compositions are in my opinion are lot more demanding when trying to achieve balanced outcome.
Good points! I didn’t notice the difference in blacks - that’s a big deal & could really improve the balance. Thanks!
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