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Red-Tailed Hawk

By philhomer  
Another oldie from a workshop where i was amongst the 'trainees' although actually i ended up doing some of the tutoring.

For newer togs -

personally i have a bit of an issue with the tops of the mayflower (or whatever) running through the back of the image / subject. a wide aperture reduces the depth of field so that the subject suffers from less background distraction, whilst use of negative exposure compensation reduces the risk of highlights appearing.

Tags: Hawk Bird of prey Raptor Pets and captive animals Red tailed hawk Tutored photography

Voters: RobertTurley, Derek_Fearn, richmowil and 19 more

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richmowil Plus
9 334 2 England
4 Mar 2013 7:58AM
Great detail in this fine image!

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philhomer Plus
7 77 32 England
4 Mar 2013 8:05AM
Rich, this is possibly the first time i have seen you not say 'i like it a lot' Wink
ugly Plus
9 9 57 United Kingdom
4 Mar 2013 8:16AM
I think V2 works best...

don't worry Phil "I like it a lot"Wink
4 Mar 2013 11:56AM
Excellent Details. Beautiful framing. Lovely, Lovely!!

4 Mar 2013 12:53PM
Sharp images Phil, good work
Regards Brian
Daisymaye Plus
9 23 13 Canada
4 Mar 2013 1:26PM
A wonderful image, so detailed......Sandy
4 Mar 2013 1:56PM
You did a perfect job with all of the shots you have here. Smile
philhomer Plus
7 77 32 England
4 Mar 2013 4:42PM

Quote:You did a perfect job with all of the shots you have here. Smile

i am flattered but i doubt i have ever taken a perfect image

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