Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by 900rr, Mar 14, 2009.
thanks in advance
Some more shots.
The first one actually made me say: "whoa!" -- great lighting and sharpness, and it's very striking against the blue sky.
The others are OK, but the first one's the keeper in my mind.
i'd keep #1 and throw the others out. it's a bit centered, which i don't like, but this could be a good stock image, as it's against a flat blue sky (no cloud) and could be chopped into any photo montage. i'd crop it a bit tighter using the rule of thirds and you're good to go.
What does the "rule of thirds" mean?
Rule of thirds - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
golden rule in photography
Great advice .
Don't always feel it neccesaary to follow the Comp rules, break them, and you will break the mold.
As stated, I think 1 is technically the best. My eye really likes #3 for some reason.
I like the first one and the last one of the birds. great exposure on the first. It just looks so plain with a bird and a blue sky. - Danny
I like 1, 2, and 4 the most. 3 and 6 would have looked real nice if it was zoomed in a bit more. 5 could have been zoomed a little more as well to capture the birds at a closer angle.
Overall though, I like!
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