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    Benjamin Holmes
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    Hi Everyone!

    I was having a lot of fun photographing my sister’s fish tank decorations before we put them in the tank. I really like the foreground framing in this shot–it pulls the eye to the flower while also making the foreground interesting as well.

    I know 800 ISO is a little high, so for some context this lens doesn’t have image stabilization and I was hand-holding both the camera. 1/30 sec was as slow as I possibly wanted to go to to keep a sharp image, otherwise I would have tried to lower my ISO.

    What do you guys think? What could I have done better?

    Camera: Canon EOS 80D
    Aperture: f/1.8
    Shutter Speed: 1/30 sec
    ISO: 800
    Focal Length: 50mm

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    James Staddon
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    Yeah, sweet framing! Perhaps a slight imbalance in the sharp to blur ratio? where the amount that’s in focus isn’t quite strong enough to keep the viewers attention? I don’t know. That’s my first impression.

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