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Old Oct 15, 2008, 12:56 AM   #1
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Bear with me as I inundate you with these photos. I'll keep them at 2-3 per post so they won't overwhelm the servers. Sorry if the bird photos become boring but I need a bit of feedback to see if I'm on track here.

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Hi Dawg,
out of the whole series (all 3 threads) I choose pic #1 in this thread as my favourite. The cosy/secret feeling and the lighting are very nice, only thing I dislike is that bit of fuzzyness/fog (whatever you want to call it) around the head area of the bird.

With that setup (angle, lighting, image section/frame) you should try for more pictures. Colors are great, DOF is well controlled, the image doesn't look over-processed and is more "natural" than some others you posted.

Just my 2 cents.

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Old Oct 19, 2008, 10:22 PM   #5
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Hi Dawg,
out of the whole series (all 3 threads) I choose pic #1 in this thread as my favourite. The cosy/secret feeling and the lighting are very nice, only thing I dislike is that bit of fuzzyness/fog (whatever you want to call it) around the head area of the bird.

With that setup (angle, lighting, image section/frame) you should try for more pictures. Colors are great, DOF is well controlled, the image doesn't look over-processed and is more "natural" than some others you posted.

Just my 2 cents.

Best regards,
Th.
I like this honest reply and comment. This is what I need to progress. Thank you very much.

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