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Discussion in 'Plants, Animals & Insects Photography Forum' started by JAH-WAR, Nov 10, 2018.

  1. JAH-WAR

    JAH-WAR Always on Premium Member

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    Tried to catch a bit of movement with some these as they are always hopping about.

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  2. stanm

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    the last but one is rather a nice pose

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  3. gaelldew

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    Hard to see on this but looks a cracking reflection in the last one mate.
     
  4. JAH-WAR

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    Cheers. Aye some of the reflections were good but as you can see, they were cut off by rocks and seaweed.
     
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    #4 for me. Stands out a bit more.
     
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    2, 3, and 5 are my pics as the bird stands out from the background the best. Nice shots.
     
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    I agree with Pteranadon,pic 4 is the only image where the bird stands out from the background and even here the background is a little distracting.
     
  10. JAH-WAR

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    Yeah, I know I'll have to stop photographing birds in their natural environment. It's just not good enough:rolleyes:
     
  11. Stephen F

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    Good set of images , all nice and sharp where it matters and show's the bird in int's natural habitat, be good if you could upload at the larger size that the forum allows. other than that no criticism from me.
     
  12. JAH-WAR

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    Cheers Stephen, comments appreciated.

    As these were taken with the 5Dsr they produce massive files and when I reduce them to 1024 along the longest side they are still to big for the Forum kb limit so I usually have to save them at 800 or 640 or there abouts. The loss of detail an iq can be quite dramatic so I try to find a happy medium.
     
  13. Stephen F

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    I know what you mean , i have not loaded images in the past as the compression has killed them beyond recognition.
     

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