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Bird (Pelican, to be exact)       ©2014 Edward
Nikon D7100       16th place, 66 points
1/2000s, f8, ISO 800, 315mm, Manual, Pattern, no flash
 
Post-Processing: Not much: adjusted brightness/contrast,
increased vibrancy, sharpened.
      Extra Info: None
 
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Jade O.
Jun 24, 2014
    Puzzled at the placing. Mepo has a point but I still like the overall presentation here.

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Lo
Jun 23, 2014
    Really excellent. Love the position of the subject, the out of focus background, and the wonderful glint in his eye.

cookiejar
Jun 23, 2014
    Great pose and good crop. Depth of field works well here also.

Edward
Jun 23, 2014
    Forkcandles: if you have a good reason why you would prefer the bird to be looking from left to right instead . . . I would love to hear it.

forkcandles
Jun 22, 2014
    good result with eye highlights and would have preferred the bird to be looking from left to right

RobertLavker
Jun 22, 2014
    The background birds distract slightly but the sharpness of the bird takes over. Nice shot.

Edward
Jun 22, 2014
    You know, Mepo, I had that exact same thought, i.e., to crop the lower body. However, I had already set the size format to 6x4 as I was planning to have it printed on a 16" x 24" canvas . . . so I just left it. Besides, a 6x4 format, downsizes perfectly to 960 X 640 pixels for Panachallenge entries!

Mepo
Jun 21, 2014
    I like this shot but prefer a crop to cut of the lower part of the birds body to concentrate the attention on that beautiful curved neck. Nice highlight in the eye.

dk
Jun 21, 2014
    great technique - subject sharp and background adds interest in my view

Jade O.
Jun 21, 2014
    Nice bird yet somehow looks underexposed.Details not as sharp as I would like - no tripod @ 315mm? Otherwise nicely framed, composed, with a great background which really makes the whole work and brings the shot up to another level. (I should add you've got that eye light which is, IMHO, essential for all great animal photography.)
Edited on Jun 21, 2014
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By Edward


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