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Many thanks for comments and votes on my great tit and water rail. I do have more of the water rail but for now I want to upload shots of different birds.
Todays is a Gadwall duck. They arent colourful but have really detailed patterns.
I like this shot because of the water on its back and head and dripping from beak.
Hope you like it to, thanks for looking
nice capture like the water from hs beak Dawn
Great shot very clear and love the water droplets on the body, well done
Love the detail you've captured!
I like the little droplets falling from his bill. super shot.
Well caught with lovely droplets. The image is a bit flat and needs a slight adjustment in PS.
Go to levels and move the RH fader to the edge of the graph. Do the same to the LH fader but move it to the right, just past the start of the graph. See if you like the difference. Also crop the OOF part of the water and a tad off the RH side of the picture to give a stronger composition. Hope this helps.
Nice one Charlie,
Another beautiful photo i gather your parents are giving you support well done them and yourself. kaz
The pattern come through beautifully with this detailed shot.
Great detail on a great shot
Nice shot charlie, would agree with lonely_oryx though it does seem slightly flat nothing that PS couldn't sort though
Quote: Another beautiful photo i gather your parents are giving you support well done them and yourself. kaz
Thanks Kaz, We often go out together but I already think he is better with his camera than me !!!! Need to find someone or somthing that can teach him more. If anyone has any suggestions . Proud Dad
Another nice image from you, I agree with the comments about the flatness, but it is a simple thing to sort out.
Nice picture ^^ I like the water dripping from its beak
Gadwall Duck - I reckon you made that name up - just like my wee Scottish Sparrow.
Quote: Gadwall Duck - I reckon you made that name up - just like my wee Scottish Sparrow.
probably should have called it runny nose duck
Super capture. I bet it looks brilliant close up.
Great picture Charlie, droplets caught well.
hello Charlie, super shot, love the droplets..
Cracking shot Charlie.. have an RC
superb shot, i think the water droplets are a great touch.
I agree about the water droplets, Charlie, another cracking image
Lovely water drops Charlie, an amazing picture.
Lovely detailed shot good job
Love the way you have caught the water dripping off the beak, super shot.
good detail in this shot another vote to help you on your way
Wow great shot nice and sharp!
Stunning shot great detail and droplets
Cool shot Charlie. Well done.
another cracking shot charlie Bryan
A superb shot..the detail is spot on...
Well done Charlie. A very fine shot. Gadwall are beautful ducks with wonderful markings.
Well done again Charlie, love the water on him. Vanda
Happy to make this your half century Charlie.
This is another really good capture. Well done.
Good one Charlie the water drops are beautiful. Ina
Well done Charlie you are on fire with your uploads at the moment well done
Great capture Charlie..............
Good capture of the water droplets.
Brilliantly captured, well taken.
Great details and colours.
well composed and very sharp image
Quote: I agree about the water droplets, Charlie, another cracking image
My thoughts too; they portray a bit of action going on
Excellent timing Charlie, like all those droplets, very good image,
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