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  1. 900rr

    900rr TPF Noob!

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    I would like to know what you guys think?
    Thanks in advance.

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  2. cnutco

    cnutco No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Simple... but I like it. Love the deep blue sky!
     
  3. I always prefer context. A bird is nice, but what is it doing? Eating? Returning to the nest? Defending its chicks? On a mountain? A light pole?

    Would you print and hang this in your house? Or just put it on a website?

    I think its ok, but there are more interesting shots of seagulls in this world.
     
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    Good exposure and details. Some context would add interest, but it's still a good shot. I think the bird lower in the frame would be even better, but it's hard to track a bird and get perfecto composition, unless you have a lot of experience at it.
     
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    Bird just gliding free,deep blue and free of clouds sky represent tranquility ,no worries no problems...just free glide...
    Btw.i have picture in full format on the wall.lol


    Thanks to you all
     
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    Nice blues! Did you get any of birds walking around?
     

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