Seagull having lunch

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  1. WolfSpring

    WolfSpring TPF Noob!

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    This is a seagull I found on the beach who got a hold of a shrimp and let me take a few shots of him. The weather was very overcast and I am still a newb with my settings but I feel I did decent job on this one. C&C is welcomed and appreciated.

    1. Repost on this one shot, but it's part of the series. Coming in for landing on the shrimp:
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    I know a couple of them I could have got the whole reflection, I really wasn't seeing the reflection when I was taking the picture, I don't have an experienced eye as of yet, working on it though.
     
  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    The scene and action was worth the series. Exposure is good. The tiny mistake on not seeing the reflection is forgiven.
    But all of these, each and every single one, could become even better if you cropped them differently. Since you were so enthralled with the scene that you did not think about cropping closer in camera (or couldn't because you just could not get any closer), you should work on composition by means of cropping afterwards. They would become a lot more interesting if they were cropped closer!
     
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    metallicturd TPF Noob!

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    I'm hungry.
     

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