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Very doubtful about this one so suggestions, as many as you like, please. Still trying to get "in flight" shots - perhaps one day I will surprise myself and everyone else. J.
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Great shot Joan. As you say not an easy subject You have done well
I like this Joan, plenty of detail retained
in the white feathers,
Very well captured, Joan, and well exposed, too. Carol
You've done well capturing this lovelu in-flight shot. No suggestions as I have neither the camera nor the skill to do this!
Love it Joan, very well taken, not easy.
Joan I am certainly no expert to offer advice, but if you go into my gallery on page 10, there is a shot of a buzzard in a tree. Banehawi of the critique team did a good write up for me. I try to stick to these rules he gave me when taking in flight shots. That is not to say it always works for me though .
This is a good capture though. I like the way the wing feathers look like small pleats. Moira
really good work - this is not easy to do and you seem to be getting to grips with them well
Lovely in flight shot, Joan. Very well taken!!
Take care, Pauline
Well done Joan. It is not easy but fun to keep trying............Sandy
Nicely captured in flight shot, Joan: I am no use at this sort of thing and can only admire those who can pull it off.
Well captured Joan, the bird is nicely placed to the left.
Not an easy subject to capture but you have done extremely well. One suggestion is to increase the ISO to at least 400 this will give you faster shutter speed availability. I'm no expert and have difficulty with these as well. Good luck and keep practicing.
Good shot Joan, you have captured this well - it seems a very peaceful image. Louise
There's quite a bit of noise in there and it's not very sharp.
You haven't told us what lens you were using so I'm guessing this was cropped from a much larger shot.
In my mod. I've de-noised it using "Noiseware" and tweaked it slightly with the shadows/highlights tool in CS5, then sharpened it. I'd also consider adding some canvas on the right to place the bird closer to a third.
Hope this helps.
A great mod done for you there Joan that has removed a lot of the noise for you, but you did well capturing him in flight
Thanks to Moira (Moiral); Steve (steve31gold) and Bren (Jestertheclown)for your help.
A superbly taken inflight shot
wonderful detail joan a cracking in flight capture nice one
Well done Joan, and some good advice received...Bill
Superb, a picture to be proud of.
Excellent from the tip of his beak, to the titlWell done!
A very well timed and captured in-flight shot, Joan.
Quote: There's quite a bit of noise in there and it's not very sharp.
You haven't told us what lens you were using so I'm guessing this was cropped from a much larger shot...
My thoughts too - I like his mod too - some good critique in PS for the mod too -
Quote: Love it Joan, very well taken, not easy.
indeed, great work
I think it great as is ... I would be well happy with this belter
Keep at it Joan. The more we take the luckier we Get. Just keep reding the advice and try to put it into practice.
Excellent aerial capture. Well detailed.
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