Jesse Lobel  


Echinacea with Bee by Jesse Lobel

March 2020 - Echinacea with Bee

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took this when i saw the bee,


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11 comments posted

Shaikh Amin   Shaikh Amin
Jesse- You took a nice shot of bee and pink flowers with good details but I would make tight cropping to show just the bee and flowers and touch of yellow flowers around.
Shaikh Amin   Posted: 03/11/2020 03:34:33
Jesse Lobel   Jesse Lobel
Yes, I tend to not crop close enough.
I welcome your comments, as I find them helpful. Jesse   Posted: 03/11/2020 13:31:10

Priscilla Farrell   Priscilla Farrell
Hi Jesse-I like the composition... full flower and bee with the petals of the flower behind the main subject. You have a nice blurry background with a complementary bit of yellow.   Posted: 03/21/2020 16:48:59
Priscilla Farrell   Priscilla Farrell
Here is my crop. We have more time for photography now with the COVD-19 restrictions. See what you think.   Posted: 03/21/2020 17:00:19
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Jesse Lobel   Jesse Lobel
I like it. I was moving into a retirement community, which has a communal dining room. With the CoronaVirus going around, I have decided to stay in my villa on the lake for now.   Posted: 03/21/2020 17:29:21
Priscilla Farrell   Priscilla Farrell
Good thought!   Posted: 03/21/2020 20:47:01

David Garrison
I like it better with the crop. Show off the bee better also and looks like good focus and color. We have a lot of time to look at photos with the virus around.   Posted: 03/22/2020 11:49:57
Jesse Lobel   Jesse Lobel
yes, we sure do have lots of time.
I am located in southeast Florida.   Posted: 03/22/2020 11:59:40

John Larson   John Larson
I like the image of the coneflower and the bee. I like it even better with the crop of the right. I might also flip this image 180 degrees to see what it would look like with the bee in the upper right hand corner.   Posted: 03/23/2020 14:44:20
Jesse Lobel   Jesse Lobel
Sure do have a lot of time on my hands.
Fortunate in having enough to last two to three weeks.Flipping the image sounds good, would put the focal point in a better position. Jesse.   Posted: 03/23/2020 15:30:14

Allen Calopisis
Agree with the cropping that Priscilla did. Also blurring the background would help to further highlight the bee and flower   Posted: 03/24/2020 18:07:33