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GrahamNobles 8 9 4 England
21 Nov 2008 9:01AM
Super dupa whooper!

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21 Nov 2008 9:04AM
Nice capture, love the pose.
LinH 8 5 United Kingdom
21 Nov 2008 9:26AM
knew it would look great bigger
Tooth 11 5.8k 227 Ireland
21 Nov 2008 9:03PM
that's a better size since yeaterdays..assuming you still ant the critique, it's a lovely pose, just a few niggles..

I'd suggest cropping a bit from the right to put the swan a wee bitless central with room on the left to move into the shot..the exposures, not a bad effort for vry hrash contrasty light conditions but there's a danger of some burning out to white in the bright areas of the neck and (swan's) right wing - a little play with curves might pull the bright areas in a little bit if you're up to that.
finally, it's a little bit soft looking. is the original sharper than this? if so it's quite possibly been softened by the uplod process - try a final low-level sharpen on the prepared image for upload as the last thing before you upload it

Amnyway, hope that's some use, thanks for getting back

21 Nov 2008 10:40PM
Thanks all for your comments and Stephen thanks for your tips will try them out in lightroom

fentiger Plus
15 916 23 England
24 Nov 2008 8:09AM
A well timed capture and good advice from Stephen.


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