The Meaning of Love – Critique


This week’s critique is on “The Meaning of Love.”  It’s a photo of a red rose that was in our front yard garden.  It was captured in June.   Let’s go over its good and not so great qualities.

The colour in this photo is magnificent.  The red rose is brought out by the complementary green background.   They strongly contrast each other.

There is also contrast in the sharpness of the rose and its background.  You can see that the background is very soft and fluffy.  This highly contrasts with the sharpness of the rose.

The composition could have been better.  What I’m most disappointed in is the bud that is behind the rose.  You can just barely see it.  I wish that it was completely hidden, or jut out more so it can be seen and appreciated.

Is the perspective dull and boring?  You can see that I took this photo facing directly at the rose.  If I had changed the perspective, looking sideways, down, or up at the rose, would that have added more interest?

Please let me know what you think!  Thanks!

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