Exotic Bird

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  1. Winter Hawk

    Winter Hawk TPF Noob!

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    Here is what I consider a pretty good picture of some kind of exotic bird, it was taken at the Columbus Zoo with the FZ30. Comments and critique welcome.

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    The image looks pretty noisy, mostly in the background. The composition is a little bit too centered for my liking. The bird is looking left, so there should be some open space in the frame to the left; i.e. putting the bird farther right in the frame.

    Still a good shot of a cool looking bird. :thumbsup:
     
  3. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    A Victorian Crowned Pigeon.
    They are so beautiful, and to their advantage they are usually to be found against beautiful backgrounds, too (i.e. green :biggrin: ) --- your sharpness and DOF is perfect here against that background.

    And the reason why I know the name so well?
    Check out this_thread :D. (You need to scroll to the photo in question).
     

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