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Discussion in 'Plants, Animals & Insects Photography Forum' started by LYNN GRIFFITHS, Feb 14, 2018.

  1. LYNN GRIFFITHS

    LYNN GRIFFITHS Old Hand

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    rebel06 Without a cause Moderator

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    These are good .. . second being my pick of these, nice and sharp where it needs to be.
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    The bird could do with a lift in exposure as it was shot against a bright sky.
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    These look not bad, except for a few minor exceptions. The first must have been on autofocus since the point of focus hit the leaves just behind the petals. When you are this close, it's important to make sure your focus is where it's intended. The second is great, though. The focus was right on the caterpillar. Well done. The third, as mentioned could use a bit of lift in exposure. When shooting against the sky like this, you could use a bit of + in your auto exposure. We can get into that in depth at a later date. So far you are doing a decent job on your selection of what you shoot.
     
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    The caterpillar is excellent Lynn,anyone could be proud of that shot like the (Song Thrush?) too.
     
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    thankyou garth. thats very kind of you. i will keep practising and reading, over and over. just hope it all sinks in. LOL!!!!
     
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    Shame you didn’t have better light falling on the thrush. These thrushes tend to have just a few favourite perches to sit on. If you find one it is often worth returning a few times to get it in the best light.
     
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    Good series. That caterpillar shot is my pick as well.
     

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