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I am entering a photo contest. The deadline is midnight on the 15th. I am having trouble deciding which photo to enter. Which do you think is the best photo? If you’re up to it you can explain why you picked that one. I hope there aren’t too many to choose from but I didn’t want to leave one out. If I have time tomorrow I might create thumbs so the images load quicker.
Thanks for voting!
1 - Dog With Ball
2 - Pondering Ladybug
3 - Hoar Frost on Branch
4 - English House Sparrow
5 - Swainson’s Thrush
6 - Bug on Leaf
7 - Berries
8 - Butterfly on Apple
9 - Ladybug v2
so what is this photo contest about ?
i chosed the butterfly
it was hard becose all of these have a good quality in them.
but the more atrtistic one, the one that tells a story, in my opinion, is ''butterfly on apple''
i'm also very atracted to the ''English House Sparrow'' and ''Swainson’s Thrush''. this kind of photography is very well praised.
but it's up to you in the end. I mean, your the artist, these are your photos, so you know best.
i hope you will do good at the contest.
My guarding angel is a double agent !!
The frost one is pretty cool, it is simple, great textures and refreshing, COLD! The symmetry is simple enough as well.
As alucard said, the butterfly has the most "analytical" story behind it, i love the butterfly but tend to get repulsed by rotting foods. Personal opinion.
I like the colors of the The last ladybird one.
Those are my top 3.
i like the ice one, though i wish all the snowflakes were in focus on it
also the ladybird ones, the second seems the sharpest but I think they could both do with a tighter crop
is this the first time this contest has happened, if not check out previous winners for styles that tend to win
Thanks for the voting and leaving comments.
Its a photo of the year contest.
I agree the butterly has more of story. I need to take more photos like that. I just seem to be drawn to the simple stuff for some reason.
I voted for the first ladybug, I really like the colors and focus. I notice a lot of your pictures are center weighted, I think I would have liked the lady bug one even more if the bug was a tad further to the left of the view.