Birds

Discussion in 'People Photography' started by Timmaaaay, Apr 16, 2007.

  1. Timmaaaay

    Timmaaaay TPF Noob!

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    Hey, I'm new here and still kind of new to photography. These are some photos that I took for a project for my photo class in school. Feedback is appreciated :).

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    RedDevilUK TPF Noob!

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    i like #4 the best... great detail
     
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    Timmaaaay TPF Noob!

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    Thanks for the comment :wink:
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Hi Timmaaaaay (I hope I got the number of "a's" right...) and welcome to ThePhotoForum :D.

    Nice bird!
    I bet he's quite a willing subject for you ... and I like the idea of putting him onto that mirror, though composition-wise that first photo still leaves room for improvement. With the one given, I'd work on a crop to get rid of the door frame in the background (or whatever else that dark vertical part on the very right might be) and anything distracting.

    Nice play with DOF (depth of field) and wide open aperture in 2 and 3, though 2 is all in all a bit too dark, you might have knelt down not to get this bird from above, and in 3 stopping down just so you'd also get the tip of the feather in focus would have been better (I think).

    Yes, your bird shows most detailed in Photo 4, but the colour is all off because of a wrong white balance setting, so now your photo is very yellow (you probably had it on "sunlight" but took the photo with normal lamp light). Some of it can yet be corrected with some post procession software, I think.

    I do like the effect of slow shutter speed plus flash in the last.
     

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