Michigan lily I think

Looking for any and all critiques and advice please

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What artistic feedback would you like if any?

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Sony A7ii Tamron 90mm macro 1/20 F/16 ISO 200 Tripod did a little post processing with Lightroom mobile.

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In my neck of the woods it is called a tiger lily. There is great light on the lily itself and you’ve captured the sharpness and depth of field of the flowers. The surrounding greenery is a bit distracting. I don’t know what post processing features you have, but removing or darkening the greenery would improve the image’s impact. Well worth the effort.

Thank you Patricia for the critique it’s greatly appreciated. I’m using Lightroom mobile right now and still trying to figure it out.

Kyle: Great to have you posting here. This is a great subject and your capture of the main flower is spot on. This is a quick and dirty crop/clone version that gets rid of some of the extraneous stuff. In your original image I also think I would like to see the entire OOF BG flower in the frame but this does work for me as is with a little of it cut off. I very much like your DOF management. Keep 'em coming. >=))>