Baby bird

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  1. Eel Noob

    Eel Noob TPF Noob!

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    Any with tips on cropping these? I would like to start practicing.


    I tried shooting these with different colored backgrounds.


    Oops not sure if this should be in the Beginners forum, feel free to move if it is.

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  2. camz

    camz No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Number your photos nextime for C&C because the one with the bird is just great! :lol:

    In my eyes 1, 2 can do as is I think but it sure could use some leveling relative to the beam the bird is standing on. This is how I see the rest on a tight crop, I just did the third one for example as the possibilities are endless....Look up the rule of thirds for starters. Also as a guideline you want the observer to scan the whole shot but having continous complimentary lines that force them to follow it throughout the piece.

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    Nice light and detail on the bird, and ever so cute subject. Really nice photo's, but yeah a crop or positioning better when taking the photo's works wonders. Camz crop is simular to what I had in mind, but have a play and see what looks good to your eye.
     

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