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  1. Blackswann

    Blackswann TPF Noob!

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    I had a nice long trek about in the countryside about a week ago but returned empty handed... guess what when I returned home I saw this...

    Would love to hear any critique or comments on this... thanks ;)

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    I think they have forgotten what time it is!
     
  2. Chase

    Chase I am now benign! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I really like it. It is simple, yet appealing.

    One thing I would suggest is trying to sharper in just a little, the outline of the birds seems a little soft and that may help a little.
     
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    I agree with Chase! The colors are great, and I like the silouhette (sp) effect a lot. Would sharpen the birds up and then I think it would be perfect :)
     
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    Really like this shot. The colour is great and the silhouette works really well.
     
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    very nice shot. I agree with the above comments about sharpening the birds. Other then that, looks good to me.
     
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    Unimaxium TPF Noob!

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    Jesus! How'd you get that color? That's great. Excellent photo.
     
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    Right place at the right time.. i guess. As photographys says: "2% inspiration, 98% luck" or is that perspiration???? Never can tell!
     
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    Amazing colors! Bravo! How high are you climb? ;)
     
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    I agree. Awesome colours. Nice simple shot. Great work.
     
  10. Blackswann

    Blackswann TPF Noob!

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    The aerial is mounted in the chimney of a two storey house and this was taken from the ground looking up using maximum zoom (x6). I used the RAW file format... I love RAW but I am definately gonna have to get a bigger card as 256MB is not really cutting it right now.

    BTW Thanks for the comments
     
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    hmm I like it.. but the birdies seem to be to low there:) I'd compose it in a quite different way but that is your shot and I can only commento on it :) but even thought that something does not appeal to me, this is a great shot :)
     
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    Thanks for the comments please say how you would have composed it.... I need new ideas!
     

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