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03/01/2014 - 8:47 AM

"Do I look bothered?"

"Do I look bothered?"Cats...............our old tom wet himself on the way to the vets yesterday............he smelt rather a lot.........the nurses cleaned him up for us...........he was as good as gold with the vet..........and his condition is improving.........GrinGrinGrinGrin

Maybe the image is a bit to closely cropped........the cat looks cramped up, give the cat more room in the frame...one eye is slightly out of focus...so be more at the cats level........get on all fours and become a cat...........GrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
01/01/2014 - 10:39 AM

Female Bullfinch

Female BullfinchI've uploaded a mod but unfortunately the colour looks wrong.............it is not that colour on my screen...............anyway I've cropped it a bit and taken out the branch that was taking the eye, lightened the image a bit, taken out some of the stump the bird was on. The image is a little out of focus (if you look at the eye). I've tried to hightlight the birs as the main subject as to the stump and the branch being the main focus............hope this helps in some way.........my eyes must be funny this morning................GrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
25/06/2013 - 7:58 AM

Mind the Gap ........ or not ?

Mind the Gap ........ or not ?IMHO if you alter/change the background of a wildlife image it is no longer a wildlife image............it becomes just another manipulated image..........wildlife has to be real (for me), check your environment before taking pictures, check out the angles.

Rules as such are there for breaking, some images like this one would not look right with the rule of thirds applied, you have got this image spot on (IMHO), others will disagree, the fly in this image takes the viewers eyes into the reeds/grass which gives the image added impact.

This is only my opinion, but always do what you want to do and like......GrinGrinGrin

Hope this helps in some little way.

Cheers
30/11/2012 - 6:23 PM

Rainy Day Jay

Rainy Day JayFor me I would cut out the negative space to the birds right............left side as you look on the screen................the important space is to the left of the bird (right as you look on Screen), this space is where the Jay will be flying into. It does not matter where the bird has come from but it is important to know where the bird is going..........

This is only MHO.................many peeps will say differently...............also rules are there to be broken...........GrinGrinGrinGrin