Trumpeter Swan

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  1. Canoncan

    Canoncan TPF Noob!

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    I am looking for some suggestions. This photo had white and white and white. Between the snow and the swan it was white. It also had small apeture DOF. I worked on it for a while any feedback to improve if possible.

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  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Well, I'd say you have achieved what you wanted. Don't you agree?
    You tried to live up to the challenge of photographing a white swan on white snow. Naturally the result would be "white and white and white". Now the swan has swan colours and the snow still looks very much like snow.
    I find this a wonderful photo!
    What more would you want to improve???
    I mean: the swan's not even in a "typical swan position" - even its cleaning its feathers worked to your advantage!
     
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    I echo what LaFoto says.

    Well done. I have had much trouble with winter photos(first winter with new camera) and must say you did a fine job here.


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  4. JonMikal

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    excellent result! i wouldn't change a thing :thumbup:
     
  5. mad_malteaser

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    That must have been a really tough shot to take, you did a fantastic job.
     
  6. John E.

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    Tough shot, good job!
     
  7. Canoncan

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    Thanks guys for the feedback. It is the resuts on this forum, that push me for higher standards, which to me is a good thing. Keep on Posting.
    Thanks again!
     
  8. Nan C

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    Wonderful shot I would not change a thing. :thumbup:
     

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