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Barn owl at Ludlow castle

By mickjoy
Taken at a Bird of prey day. The guy running it kindly put the owl into this window niche.

Tags: Wildlife and nature

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RuthyJ 10 England
26 Jul 2009 10:46AM
Beautiful !! fantastic shot.

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x_posure 7 1 Australia
26 Jul 2009 10:49AM
Beautiful
26 Jul 2009 10:57AM
really, you have taken this shot beautifully i really want to vote it. why you have sent it to the critique gallery?

1. your subject is at the center of the frame but it is looking good.

2. a little cropping could give benefit.
26 Jul 2009 11:01AM
Excellent capture, maybe a bit too central. Did a mod where I cropped the RH side and extended the canvas on the LH side, cloning the wall in.

Hope you like it.
paulbroad 9 117 1077 United Kingdom
26 Jul 2009 4:51PM
Nice shot of a Barn Owl and technique good. OK, relatively easy with semi tame captive bird but does loo good.

Very sharp as it should be.

Paul
User_Removed Junior Member 10 16 England
27 Jul 2009 1:12AM
The exposure, pose and expression of the bird are excellent. However the composition can be improved immensely by applying a vertical (portrait) crop. I would never use a square composition unless it was the only way to accommodate the subject and make a good composition. That's not the case here; there's a lot of room around the subject and the crop shown in my mod has taken nothing vital away, but it has improved the composition.
Andrew
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8 9 57 United Kingdom
24 Oct 2011 12:30PM
As people have said about photos.
You need to view and look to see if it looks like a book.
If the image is view left to right like a book and you fill thirds with a suject or focal point.
Then you get a pleaseing image...
You photos do look sharp clear and full of detail.
Some time breaking rules make a photo...
May be this is why you have somay people view this great image...
Dave

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