Ducks On The Pond

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  1. Jeff Canes

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    Looks really nice! the waves add to the picture making it more interesting.
     
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    very nice image. I especially like the color and detail in the water. Very evenly exposed between the ducks and water.

    Did you do any post processing to this image?
     
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    The only adjustments I did in Photoshop were cropping and resizing, made a few tweaks when scanning, adjusted the curve and may have ran Digital Ice to remove any marks

    Thanks for looking
     
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    Older female (right) with a younger female. :) It can be hard to focus on birds when the waves are moving. Great job!
     
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    Yeah.. i would defintely croped and maybe zoomed in a little bit for more detail on the ducks rather then all the water.maybe even set your aperature up more to blur the backround a bit. theres nothing in the water, no reflections no nothing. so it kinda is wasted space i personally dont find attractive.

    Great shot otherwise.
     
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    This is the best crop that I could make that still kept ducks in the frame
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