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Old Dec 21, 2008, 7:09 PM   #11
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Oh dear,
what happened? - we were feeding the swans / ducks and lets just say one of the swans got a little bit greedy!

Of course I'd suggest you process the whole image, maybe try some other crop (I assume this is a crop already?). - no, unfortnately its not a crop but is infact the whole image. Its a bad habit that I'll have to break, I do have a tendency to take too tight a crop.

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Old Dec 22, 2008, 11:06 AM   #12
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we were feeding the swans / ducks and lets just say one of the swans got a little bit greedy!
Ah yes - that hurts. The more as this is "unexpected pain".

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no, unfortnately its not a crop but is infact the whole image. Its a bad habit that I'll have to break, I do have a tendency to take too tight a crop.
I have no problems with tight crops, one of the golden photography rules is "Fill the frame" and you did that. And composing while shooting is fun and can be rewarding! I was just asking because I think some wider cropping according to rule of thirds / golden sample could do something good to the image, too.

When you work from the full size image, improvements will be even higher in the means of detail/refocus without getting too many artifacts.

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