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Full Critique Tawny Owl

Mike Singh

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Nice landing. How did you light this?
 

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Very nice work. I'm also curious as to how you lit this.
 

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It was done with a remote fitted on my camera which activated a light near the tree stump when the camera was activated.
 

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It was done with a remote fitted on my camera which activated a light near the tree stump when the camera was activated.
Great idea and really well executed - there's a speck behind the bird if you're thinking of printing this one - it'll save you looking for a black marker pen :)

A lovely shot and the concentration on her(?) feet with the landing is the icing on the cake.

@Roger S - that sandwich critique that came up recently ...:roll:
 
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