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that is great image very well done

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pablophotographer 6 932 333
13 Jun 2013 11:26PM
Congratulations Mya, birds move their heads fast when they eat and you have managed to get a non-shaken image Smile despite the low ISO. Your white balance setting makes me wonder why you have chosen "daylight fluorescent" details of the white feathers have been lost, can you pull back the exposure to get more detail? I hope you can. I have a suggestion to make, since you have cropped some bird parts out, I think you could afford to lose some space from the right and make teh picture in a square format, measure the distance from the eye of the left bird to the end of the frame on the left and leave the same space from teh eye of the right bird to the end of the frame on the right. I think you will like it better.
KarenFB Plus
12 5.0k 171 England
14 Jun 2013 6:15AM
Beautifully caught - as 'pablophotographer' has pointed out, they move their heads very quickly when feeding, but you've caught their heads brilliantly.

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