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Trying to start a group where serious wildlife photographers can give and take constructive critique regarding the image in all aspects and the wildlife in question from getting into the right position through to the final uploaded image. Hopefully, then improvements can be made if needed and we can bounce ideas off each other.
Trying to start this after a discussion today with my friend David (Johnjo58)
Hopefully others will join in on it as well, rather than just getting the quotes of 'nice'
Remember folks that critique is what it says on the tin, I have been blasted in the past for being rude and honest but hopefully this will help my therapy. I will say though I will not stand for attacks on character.
Lets all stay friends and enjoy what we love doing and that is recording nature.
Started By: MossyOak
Established: 29 Mar 2012 - 7:50 PM
those that do not already know me will find that my view is very similar to Richards' - the number of "oooh lovely" comments on questionable images is akin to our local camera club, and this idea for those of us that hope we know a little more i a great one that i hope to support 100% in whatever way i am required and able.
a big part of my photography hobby is birding
and a big part of that... is knowing what bird your photographing
a friend sent me this web site, just follow the links to the bird id training quiz (visual and sound! 6 levels of difficulty! and im not embarrassing myself revealing my level of 'expertise' hahaa)
i just thought it would be interesting for other birder/photographer types on here
http://www.birdid.no/?dm_i=IG4,S1JI,39H5JT,2CLLN,1 (hope the link works........)