Morning Walk in City Park

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Anubis, Sep 8, 2007.

  1. Anubis

    Anubis TPF Noob!

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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    The first is very close, but too close a crop for my liking (I sure would have wanted to see its beak), and it is not as sharp as a close-up of this kind would need to be. Also Photos 2 - 4 lack in sharpness.

    The expression of the goose in 5 is funny. And I feel that a bit of unsharp mask could do the trick for that one to make it stand out (it deserves to stand out a bit more). The centred composition even works here, I think, though that black corner on the bottom right would need to be cloned out and replaced by the grass.
     
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    Hi LaFoto, thanks for the feedback. I had to crop the first so close as there was railings in the way.

    The sharpness thing is my big issue, I leave the focusing up to the camera and it doesn't seem to be getting it right. I wonder if some sensor is needing cleaned, or even if my lens needs cleaned.

    I'm not sure about unsharp mask, I don't really like to edit my photos beyond colour/cropping
     
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    I like the fourth and the sixth very much. I agree about the close cropping and the focus, but they are all still good shots overall.
     

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