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Peregrine Falcon 13 of 17 from Mountsberg

By TimothyDMorton  
The post processing opened in Camera-in-the-RAW and corrected the colour balance, and from their opened in the full Adobe Photoshop Elements 7, and resized to 401 x 600 px and applied the UNSHARP MASK till it looked sharp and then saved as JPEG image for upload to this GALLERY.

Tags: Portraits Peregrine falcon Pets and captive animals Mountsberg

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This photo is here for critique. Please only comment constructively and with suggestions on how to improve it.

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18 Aug 2013 8:09AM
Great sharp image
Regards Brian

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NDODS Plus
6 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
18 Aug 2013 8:48AM
Another fine capture Timothy. You asked for a critique on what looks like a very well composed and captured shot of this rather handsome Peregrine Falcon Timothy. However after much cogitation and deliberation the only real piece of advice or criticism I can make, is that I feel the bird is somewhat constrained within the frame. Many of those who choose to photograph and upload images of birds allow enough space in which the subject can move into. Superb examples of this can be seen in Brian65's stunning portfolio, as well as others. My advice would be to study images of birds and develop a feeling for what looks right and isn't.

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin
paulbroad 9 116 1056 United Kingdom
18 Aug 2013 3:36PM
Just a bit more space in front of the birds head, and I would lift the brightness just a bit. A touch dark roundcthe head.

Paul
18 Aug 2013 5:37PM
Thanks for the comments.
Trev_B 9 151 68 England
18 Aug 2013 10:49PM
Hi Timothy, I have to agree with the above comments. You have the makings of a wonderful shot as it pin sharp and has plenty of detail. It's not necessary to fill the frame with the bird as you can loose the feel of it's surroundings, it's also important to get the lighting correct so that the bird stands out and does not blend into the background.

In my mod, forgive the cloning, I have increased the canvas around the bird and used the lightening tools . Although the rule of thirds is not something you have to adhere strictly to, it does give you a guide to where the eye fits roughly in the frame.

Trev

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