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Icy takeoff

By walkersnapper
Young swan who took off when my camera was not set up properly to take a sharper picture.

Tags: Wildlife and nature

Voters: Mad4WDW, bromley-smith, Cor and 9 more


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23 Dec 2009 5:54PM
Well caught

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Great capture, well done.
Merry Christmas.
Tony
23 Dec 2009 6:34PM
Top!
Cor.
What a great capture - well done indeed

Chris
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6 8 8 United Kingdom
23 Dec 2009 8:30PM
Sharp in the right places and the wing blur adds movement to the image. Try a crop which gives him/her a bit of space to fly into. Nice shot. Rich.
Thanks for the information. Do you mean I should leave more space in around the swan? I can't give him/her much more space on the right, however by just drawing out a bit, it does look better.


Quote:Sharp in the right places and the wing blur adds movement to the image.

Try a crop which gives him/her a bit of space to fly into. Nice shot. Rich.

RTR Plus
6 8 8 United Kingdom
27 Dec 2009 10:22AM
Idealy you need more space on the right for him to fly into so he is more off to the left. If there is nothing of the image on that side you can sometimes get away with increasing the size of the canvas in elements or whatever software you have and clone into it, (if that makes sense). This is quite difficult to hide though and you can't stretch the image all that much, but its worth a go. Thanks for responding. Cheers, Rich.

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