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Old Nov 3, 2011, 2:17 AM   #1
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Old Nov 4, 2011, 3:09 PM   #2
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G'day Vinod

Like your photo mate - lots of nice things appeal to me ...
It has a delightful 'bronze-gold' tone that I do not see very often, and the sparkles in the water are great
cc- You have positioned the bird exactly in the centre and it is looking out of frame - maybe if the camera had swing a bit to the right then the bird would be on one of the "compositional thirds" and the bird woul dhave been looking into the photo rather than out of the photo

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Old Nov 5, 2011, 3:07 AM   #3
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G'day Vinod

Like your photo mate - lots of nice things appeal to me ...
It has a delightful 'bronze-gold' tone that I do not see very often, and the sparkles in the water are great
cc- You have positioned the bird exactly in the centre and it is looking out of frame - maybe if the camera had swing a bit to the right then the bird would be on one of the "compositional thirds" and the bird woul dhave been looking into the photo rather than out of the photo

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Seems like I have posted 2 threads in the same sub-forum. My bad, I did not know that this forum was moderated.

Anyhow, Ozzie, I completely agree with your feedback on the angle of the shot. Sadly, the place I took the shot from was about the only place in the muck that I could stand. Anywhere else, and I would not have been in a position to upload this photograph

Having said that, I did not have the perspective of composition then and just followed my natural instincts more often than not. I'm still learning.
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Old Nov 5, 2011, 4:25 PM   #4
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G'day again Vinod

Good one mate ~ make you just like me & most of us here ... we do the best we can; we don't always get it 100%, but we always keep trying for that 'perfect' shot

It is a life-long "addiction" known as 'love of photography'

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Old Nov 6, 2011, 2:25 AM   #5
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G'day again Vinod

Good one mate ~ make you just like me & most of us here ... we do the best we can; we don't always get it 100%, but we always keep trying for that 'perfect' shot

It is a life-long "addiction" known as 'love of photography'

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