greenfinch portrait

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  1. pierrottweiler

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    Noisy and missing most of the subject?
     
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    in addition to xtort-, alot of dead space up top.
     
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    thanks for your comments!
    "missing most of the subject?" :mrgreen: the title says: "portrait", that's a portrait
     
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    the portrait would benefit from having more of the subject in view. also this looks like a crop of the original, what lens were you shooting with?
     
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    I love it!!

    it looks to me as if its heavily cropped which is a shame as it loses some of the detail.

    The expression on the Green Finch really suits the framing, the bird has a 'what the hell is going on here' look and with the crop it makes it look like its looking over a wall at some commotion out of frame
     

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