Similar or Not

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how many times ca he do this? you let him slide all the time.

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Joseph Sajolan

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Terry Gower

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looks like one has been deleted
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Carl Sieswono Purwanto

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Hi Joseph Sajolan

I would like to clarify it, those pitures aren't similar, they have different angle and EXIF data.
Actually i have given note " please compare carefully before report it"
please compare them!

Regards
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Carl Yoshihara

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So why the larger than normal .psd file size?
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Terry Gower

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Actually to me, those two shots are very similar......Why not make your shots really dfferent, then this wouldn't happen?
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Carl Sieswono Purwanto

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Terry Gower : very similar is relative, could you see portrait category, sometime there are some photos the different is just her eyes.
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Urosh Grabner

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This is really killing creativity ...
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Jefferson Welsh

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HHHHHMMMMM there is only millimetres difference in the angle they are therefore so close to being identical a blind man would be glad to see it.
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Terry Gower

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being similar is being similar......there's no skill involved in moving half an inch...
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Carl Yoshihara

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Hundreds of the flower images look the same, feel the same and looks like the same person took and processed them in the same manner. I'm just an artist with a camera, so my favorite images are those that show a unique vision and express individual creativity.

The flower images are beautiful done, but the last thing I want is my work looking like a hundred others. If flowers are your thing, more power to you. There is nothing wrong with that. Good luck.
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Seriously? If you have to draw us a diagram illustrating the differences in the two photos, then they are too similar.
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Mark Zouroudis

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Charlie, they may be the same flower but it's a different pic.
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Carl Yoshihara

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I took a very close look. It looks like the flowers are constructed as well as the rest of the image.

Aside from the colors, in the two images Charlie linked too, the center of the flowers in both images are identical, the same. The rest of the flower, the petal count, direction of view are vastly different. Even the background is completely different. 99%, no way that can happen. Also there is a sloppy Photoshop blend and a miss.

I'm pretty sure the backgrounds have been fabricated too. The depth of field, never any other flowers, leaves or stems. If the angle of view of the center of the flower is identical, there should also be other similarities. There are none.

Nice work, just not my style.

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