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There is a Sun in Every Flower

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© Ben Heine || Facebook || Twitter || www.benheine.com
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I took this photo yesterday in Belgium

The above photo has been shot with the Samsung NX10
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For more information about my artwork: info@benheine.com
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:star::star::star::star: Overall
:star::star::star::star::star-empty: Vision
:star::star::star::star::star-empty: Originality
:star::star::star::star::star: Technique
:star::star::star::star::star-empty: Impact

This is a great photo. Yes, it is simplistic. But the colors, and fade are absolutely "finite". That is to say, the colors of the flower do not wander. The colors are PRECISE.

Precision is the key to any art that will finally be rendered to a computer, or digital frame. After all, HDTV is not stopping at TV.

Great job Ben.

But I do have some bones to pick... as usual. You pride yourself on great work, I pride myself on honesty.

Your art does not stop at your great photographic masterpieces. Your words are to be considered too. The title of this pic is, "There is a Sun in Every Flower". Where's the sun?

Some filters could have added to the effect of yellow to white, in the flower. Maybe I would have added some subtle effects. Maybe you can't do this because of the company that supplies the camera?

The simple change is to rename the title, or to have the camera company authorize the use of filters in this work.

In art, it is always better to title art, with a question, rather than a definitive statememnt (I know! I violate that rule too, all of the time!)

In all, this is a great picture as usual. I feel like you are a true artist, because not only do you produce great photographs, but you do it with the constraints of the powers within the corporate world. Good job.

Peace Out, EinStud
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