Spring Has Finally Sprung (please C&C)

Discussion in 'Nature & Wildlife' started by Moa, Apr 16, 2009.

  1. Moa

    Moa TPF Noob!

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    Here are some pictures that I recently took using my Olympus E-520 with a 40-150mm lens. I have one question, how do you make your photos thumbnails so there isn't just a wall of pictures. C&C needed.
    1. I like this one, it would be better without the obstruction but I enjoy the way the red buds couple with the bird.
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    2. This is the best picture that I've taken so far. [​IMG]

    3. I like the reflection in the water of the duck but overall nothing too special. [​IMG]

    4. The composition makes the picture interesting. [​IMG]

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    6. I tried to make the green stick out. [​IMG]

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    9. I enjoy the way the grass curls in the sun.
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  2. Wyjid

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    you're right about #2. small birds are very hard to catch in flight. the one i really like is 10. with a little brightness/contrast boost it would be absolutely beautiful. i like the colours and the lines and reflections of the reids.
     
  3. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    True, true. Photos 2 and 10 are the winner pics of this little series (and a word of advice in general: we, the viewers, much prefer to look at the "wall of pictures" you created here than click on thumbnails in order to view your pics, like this its ever so much faster and more comfortable for us to view and comment!). But I also like the last, only is the very tip of the grass clipped off, and that is such a pity!
     
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    she suckered you with a standalone green object. heh. i'm actually curious about the lense you used for that last shot? is it your 40-150mm? if so it has a nice close miniumum focus distance.
     
  5. Moa

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    Everything was using my 40-150 mm lens. Thanks for all the advice.
     

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