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Howdy Neighbour!
Howdy Neighbour!
RonRobertson


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Challenge: Free Study IX (Advanced Editing IV)
Camera: Canon EOS-5D
Lens: Canon EF 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6 DO IS USM
Location: Leduc, AB
Date: Nov 17, 2005
Aperture: 9.0
ISO: 640
Shutter: 1/200
Galleries: Nature, Animals
Date Uploaded: Nov 30, 2005

sharpened, cropped, increased saturation levels, gausian blur applied.

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Place: 264 out of 519
Avg (all users): 5.5160
Avg (commenters): 6.1667
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Views since voting: 942
Views during voting: 375
Votes: 281
Comments: 8
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12/06/2005 07:08:08 AM
crop out leave in foreground, it adds nothing, softer light on chain link..then it is great shot!
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12/05/2005 11:30:25 PM
pretty
12/05/2005 07:54:44 AM
very fine shot, lovelt detail of this tiny bird.
12/04/2005 05:54:25 PM
Nice bird, good detail. Not that you could have done anything about it, but I wish the fence were old and rusty to contrast the soft, clean colors of the bird.
  Photographer found comment helpful.
12/04/2005 01:08:36 AM
Good luck on your entry.
12/03/2005 04:56:04 AM
Nice image, it seems slightly over exposed and there seems to be quite a bit of pixelating. Nice capture of the moment.
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12/01/2005 06:09:46 PM
7 - Good catch and perspective/angle. Criticism; a little grainy especially on the right/background, which slightly detracts from the 'delicacy' of the bird, but then the chain-link fence balances that out in an unusual way. That fence is slightly dominant (and seems some 'blown' issues in it too), so perhaps a different cropping, not sure, may have helped this be an even better shot in my opinion. Maybe even the leaf at the fore completely out too, even though it means you would get "why did you crop the tail", but I think it would help make the bird 'pop' even more if you did. edit:typo

Message edited by author 2005-12-08 17:00:06.
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12/01/2005 02:46:06 AM
Great DOF!
  Photographer found comment helpful.


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