"Hi Sreenath, I like this photo. In my opinion, as a whole this photo is beautiful. Every inch is life and colour, even the fly which I love. I also agree with Dave Murray about the shapness, could be a little more focused,but for a kit lens it is…"
"Part of the insect is nice and crisp,did you use your Macro setting? Reason I asked I just got back from shooting a grasshopper, 2nd one this year, hope its not a sign that grasshoppers are coming... used my 18-55 kit lens, also .but I used the…"
"That fly looks pretty good for the kit lens being used! Shallow DOF is common in macro photos. A very small aperture and tripod will give a little more but not much. Focus stacking can work if your subject stays still long…"
"Hi Sreenath. Well the point that your asking about the shots, says that your not happy with it and your wondering what you did wrong.The detail on the insect is not sharp and maybe its because you shot it hand held.or you didn't use spot…"
"Initial thinking is that the shot is lacking in a focal point. As a vista shot, it is ok, but requires a point of interest.
Maybe concentrate on lightening the foreground a shade or two, sharpen the bottom section to highlight the foliage and…"
"My first thought is that India never looks much like my expectations!
My second thought is, the power line should be either cloned or cropped out.
Are you trying to show us anything beyond the view down the valley?"
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