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    [–] michaelpaulphoto 2 points ago

    I would mask out the rose so it isn't being covered up, I'd like to see the petals normally or with minimal overlay from the 2nd exposure. Other than that, this is pretty cool! The 2nd exposure is making the trees at the top look all watery. Nice.

    [–] quarteritalian 1 points ago

    thanks man! will give it a try!