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    Default Perch of Thorns

    This image was created a few months back in Hasserghatta.

    Canon 50D, 100-400mm L IS USM, ISO 200, 1/1000, f6.3, hand held

    comments and critiques welcome.
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    Last edited by Mrudul Godbole; 13-04-2010 at 11:18 PM.
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    nice shot. I would move it slightly to left and clone out OOF leaves behind head and in top of the frame.
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    I don't do cloning as I believe it no longer remains as an image but it is digital art. I try to capture the surroundings as they are, trying to avoid major distractions if any.

    I agree that cropping the top leaves can bring more focus to the bird however, I liked it that way. Thanks for the comments.
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    Nice image. I like the eye contact and the diagonal branch. I am ok with the bird in off centre composition. Less space at the bottom and more at the top would have resulted in more of branches in the top frame and would have helped in framing. Else, you can also completely crop the leaves at the top. If the branches behind the bird would not have been there, then the image would have moved up several notches. Thanks for sharing.

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    Nice shot, I like everything about it. . Agree that including more of the upper branches would have helped frame the image better. Lovely bird and perch.

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    Lovely diagonal composition, good eye contact, light sees a bit harsh. Agree about cropping the top branches or include them in full to frame is well. Overall a nice image
    tfs

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    The diagonal composition is nice. A slight boost in vibrance would be better. The catchlight is nice. Thanks for sharing.
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