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  Mini#30 Macros 2015
Entry 18 of 28
Small Visitor in the Garden       ©2015 Peanut
Panasonic DMC-FZ70       18th place, 47 points
1/125s, f4.2, ISO 160, 66mm, Normal Program, Center Weighted Average, no flash
Post-Processing: Adjusted brightness and contrast, cropped and resized.       Extra Info: Eastern Dwarf Tree frog that came into the garden after the rain. They are only about 2cm in size.
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Nov 30, 2015
    Very cute subject, but the flown hightlight on the frog's back is distracting.

Old Finn
Nov 30, 2015
    So cute. Well composed and good sharpness, but a bit overexposed. In my favorites.

Nov 30, 2015
    Good attempt, to much glare on frog, killing details.

Nov 30, 2015
    It's unfortunate that the point of focus is the edge of the leaf rather than the frog. On most cameras, you can centre the frog in the frame and then press the shutter half-way down and the camera will hold that point of focus (and exposure) for the shot while you move the frame to a better composition. The composition here is perfect!

Nov 30, 2015
    Well composed, the lines are very nice. Pity about the overexposed frog.

Nov 29, 2015
    I really like your comp, the frog, the leaf, but the blown out hi-light on the frog's back just bothers me, it's just too big. If not for the blowout (if that's what it was, and not an absence of pigment excuse me) it would probably have been my number one, as it is it's still in my TT.

Nov 29, 2015
    less leaf = more frog?? great find and well lit

Anthony Comyn
Nov 28, 2015
    The composition is good, the subject is very interesting, and background has such nice soft colours. What lets this photograph done is the big bright highlight on the frog, it's a pity!

Nov 28, 2015
    Love the colors and curves in the leaf, but the frog looks over-exposed. Also would want to do something about the bright white area in the lower right - clone or crop.

Nov 27, 2015
    Nice composition and painterly effect. I would not have minded some added contrast on the little frog.

Nov 27, 2015
    The focus appears to be on the edge of the leaf rather than the frog who looks a little over-exposed
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