A Goose Portrait

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  1. NateS

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    They let me get really close this time so I got a pretty good portrait of one.
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    Looks good, but I think it's a little bit underexposed.
     
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    Underexposed or not, your artistic capture of this bird is really good. I love the gentle way the head curves. I am an artist as well, and I really want to paint this one....simple yet dramatic.
     
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    Thanks for the comments. Luckily I shot this in Raw so fixing the underexposure problem should be pretty easy. I'll post an updated version tomorrow. Thanks again for the feedback.
     
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    Here's one that I lightened the exposure on. Better or does it need to go lighter yet?

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    I like it, second version even better than the first (yes, it is better). No Canada goose has EVER let me get this close so far! Never.
     

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