'wildlife' shots....

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  1. speciespython

    speciespython TPF Noob!

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    Just wondering to crop these ones or not. also, would they be best larger? any other advise would be great.
    they were only a quick snap as i walked past, going on a 'flower-macro' expodition.

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    sorry, i'm not much of a photo expert, so i don't know what all the settings are... :blushing:
    thanks,laura.
     
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    Im sorry to be mean, but these pictures are waaayyy to clutterd, I cant exactly comprehend what im meant to be focusing on...it seems you had no aim of this photo, perhaps picking a subject thats recognizeable and then cropping right onto it, instead of taking a picture of a whole scene...
     
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    ok, just wondering if it would be cluttered.
    i was fucusing on the Eatern spine-bill in the center.
    i think i do like the fist without a crop though....
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    thanks for the coment,
    laura
     
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    Perhaps try cropping to the side of the tree, so that you only have half of it in the frame, and perhaps try making this picture more saturated with colours?
     
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    I agree that they are way too cluttered, which causes them to come across as rather muddy. There is no real focus, even with cropping. I didnt even see a bird in any of the pictures until you mentioned it. Either crop really closely on the bird (if that's your focus) or try again...
     

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