super cute titmouse

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  1. JacaRanda

    JacaRanda Hobbyist Birdographer

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    Yes, better. You also want to watch out for ghosting. If you take a look around the bird outside of it's breast and the outline of it's back, you will see an orange-ish color. You can also see it on either side of the branches.


     
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  2. dannylightning

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    under exposed images usually do get a bit of weirdness going on after you fix them up. i think i was shooting into the sun when i saw this little guy so the camera underexposed the image pretty bad. auto iso is great but not always.
     
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    Yeah, knocking the fringing down kinda' improves many photos, but now you've got that haloing going on...I dunno... Next time, get rid of the moue !!!
     
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    now to work on the crop...
     
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    you don't like the crop, i do.

    you can edit my photo if you want, kind of curious to see how you would crop it..
     
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    Well since it is pouring rain here today, I played around with your Titmouse and if it was my shot, this is how I would have processed it and cropped it. Some might prefer a looser crop, but there was pretty good tightness so I took it in pretty tight. Still slightly offset in the frame, leaving empty space where the bird is looking.. [​IMG]
     
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    Very nice!
     
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    dannylightning Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    that looks good. thank you..
     
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    That crop makes a nice shot a great shot.
     
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