January 19th Set

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  1. JacaRanda

    JacaRanda Hobbyist Birdographer

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    RonLane inspired me to dig in the crates and try to resurrect some oldies. Here are a few from the same date 10 months ago. C&C welcome.

    1) [​IMG]Wood Duck by JacaRandaPhotography, on Flickr

    2) [​IMG]Double-Crested Cormorant by JacaRandaPhotography, on Flickr

    3) [​IMG]Pony by JacaRandaPhotography, on Flickr

    4) [​IMG]White-faced Ibis by JacaRandaPhotography, on Flickr

    5) [​IMG]Red-Crowned Parrot by JacaRandaPhotography, on Flickr

    6) Oddball because I don't like posting an odd number.
    [​IMG]Red Fox by JacaRandaPhotography, on Flickr


     
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    JamesScott86 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Terrific shots well composed. Thanks for sharing.
     
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    Well done
     
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  4. JacaRanda

    JacaRanda Hobbyist Birdographer

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    Thank you guys.
     
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    Great job they look great.

    Roger
     
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    That first one has a very cool metallic quality to the coloring. I like it, it's not the usual warm bird pic. I think it would look cool as one of those metal prints. #5 of the parrot - were you in a zoo/sanctuary or is that in the wild somewhere? Sorry if that's a stupid question - I don't know anything about birds.
     
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    Nice set. And the fox is a great addition.
     
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    Thanks for sharing these!
     
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    JacaRanda Hobbyist Birdographer

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    Hi. All of the photos are wild and in the same park except for the fox. The park is called Irvine Regional Park. 10,000 Birds | Red-crowned Parrots at Irvine Regional Park, Orange County, California

    I have a few metallic looking water shots. Once I get one with a better composition, I will try printing it on metal.
     
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    Derrel Mr. Rain Cloud

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    Not to shabby, dude! #4 is my favorite. I think a lot of times we somehow miss perfectly usable frames when we edit a shoot too close to the time it was shot. I've always felt that our during-the-shoot feelings tend to interfere with or at least have a strong effect on our evaluation of what we ACTUALLY managed to capture. For me, it is all too easy to get excited about a specific shot opportunity that came up during a shoot, and to then download and process, and spend the time working on what I thought was the best stuff...when after a longer period of time, I can evaluate the whole shoot a bit more dispassionately, and most of the times, better.
     
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    #3 & 5 are killer Jaca. The Pony is cool.

    You obviously have better images to go back to. Lol. (Mine kinda stink...)
     
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    I actually wait (mostly) because of your suggestion a long time ago. Nothing like getting home and having to say "Welp, at least I got some excersise". :biglaugh: I've done that many times and so glad I am too lazy to just mark 100's of images for deletion (right away). Especially since that process is so easy; xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx cntrl backspace poof.
     
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