Mr Peacock

Discussion in 'Nature & Wildlife' started by Bordaine, Jul 3, 2009.

  1. Bordaine

    Bordaine TPF Noob!

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    Getting back into photography, new to digital.

    Thanks in advance for any imput.

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    The colors on this guy were unbelievable, good job mother nature.
     
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    You are right, fantastic colors!!!
     
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    holy smokes thats colorful
     
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    do you use any editing software? these could use some sharpening.
     
  5. Bordaine

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    I would not know where to start with editing software. I only got into digital photography about 3 months ago. I did film for many many years before that, with a big break inbetween. I will look into the editing and see what it does.
    Thanks
     
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    nice vibrant colors. #2 is my favourite. You filled the frame with the subject and i don't even mind that the head is almost center in the shot. The colors makes your eyes explore the entire photo. Good stuff.
     

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