The Great Heron...

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  1. Mercury149

    Mercury149 TPF Noob!

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    All comments accepted :mrgreen: Sorry for the size :blushing:


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    Awesome! (I see i'm not the only one who loves sepia, gimme five!)
    The shot is just perfect, crisp and detailed just as it has to be!
    Actually, i'd try some croping here, for example, try to cut off the empty space on the left so that the heron would be more on the side... think it would look good, but that's only my suggestion.
    Once again, perfect shot!
     
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    Thanks! Yeah I LOVE sepia. :thumbup: :lmao:
     
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    Wonderful picture of a wonderful bird. I completely agree with the cropping suggestion. Is there any way you may be able to downsize it just a pinch? I can't see the whole picture without scrolling, so I either see a bird with no head or legs.

    Now, it isn't that I dislike sepia, but I wouldn't mind seeing this photo in colour, or even black and white. For some reason, I can't twist my head around a Great Blue Heron, looking like a Great Brown Heron. :)
     
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    A vertical photo which would give some more room above its head and would have included its feet would have been nice.

    And seeing that this is a nature photo, I'll shift it over to to the Landscapes and Nature Gallery, right?
     
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    Thanks LaFoto
     

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