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A Bird In The Hand...
A Bird In The Hand...

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Challenge: Pets and Their People (Basic Editing II)
Camera: Vivitar ViviCam 3705
Location: Chatham Ontario - in my livingroom at night
Date: Dec 21, 2004
Aperture: Automaic
ISO: Automaic
Shutter: Automatic
Galleries: Family, Animals
Date Uploaded: Dec 21, 2004

My husband and our budgie uring their daily snuggle routine. Who is training who??

Place: 126 out of 126
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
12/27/2004 10:23:50 PM
out of focus, poorly shot!
12/26/2004 06:27:25 PM
focus dear focus!
12/26/2004 03:54:25 PM
Why so small a submission ?
Also looks out of focus, and compositionally needs some extra thought. All in all a pretty dreary photo.
12/24/2004 04:26:47 AM
Your photograph is way to small to judge and out of focus. As far as the composition there is no detail. Good luck in the challenge, wish you well.
12/23/2004 04:15:02 PM
cute, but out of focus..makes it hard to look at
12/23/2004 01:35:05 PM
focus appears to be a bit off to me
12/23/2004 02:04:39 AM
...is worth two in the bush elsewhere. Here, it'll score you poor I'm afraid. Camera's autofocus can be quite quirky at times. In this instance, it appears that the focus was missing in action. I recommend taking a shot, quickly checking for the important issues: focus, exposure, color balance, and framing. Then reshoot as necessary. It's a digital camera, there's no reason to settle for a poorly executed shot.

I'm not sure what resolution your camera is capable of. You should try to submit an image that is around 600-640 pixels on the long edge so you can take full advantage of the image size. This means that as long as you aren't using a cheap webcam, or a sub-megapixel camera, you should not have trouble resizing your image to this size. I hope you do well in your future entries.
12/22/2004 08:11:45 PM
The bird seems more scared than affectionate. Blurry, out of focus, muted color, bad lighting. Sorry, this needs some work.
12/22/2004 06:35:00 PM
Blurry, but cute... a parakeet?
12/22/2004 11:19:36 AM
The focus is too soft, the image is too little...
i wish it would show better details of the bird
12/22/2004 11:04:32 AM
Good compositon but the bird is blur.
12/22/2004 08:42:34 AM
too out of focus, sorry
12/22/2004 02:26:35 AM
toooo smallll
toooo out of focus
tooo bad.
12/22/2004 02:19:49 AM
Too small and too fuzy.
12/22/2004 12:35:53 AM
if only more in focus

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