a few from florida!

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  1. rppaint

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    c&c welcome[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
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    First one is a little dark, but I love the second one!
     
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    The first and second might look a bit better had their heads sat higher than the horizon line and one is a bit dark as noted above. The third, you may want to consider cropping the bell and umbrella as they distract from the birds. You should get a polarizing filter to enhance the sky and clouds for scenes like 4. I think the birds you have there are pretty cool looking though. Good shots!
     
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    The horizon should be level in your pictures. When it's slanted/tilted it's really distracting and bothersome to look at.

    The first image is really underexposed. It might have been good to shoot the pelicans from a lower point of view so that the buildings in the background wouldn't become part of the birds.
     
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    Thank you, for all your input! I haven' done any pp yet (I didn't want to spend my whole trip on the comp.:D). I have to upgrade my flickr before I can upload any edits!
     

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