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  • bird

    Looks very small in the frame and very central. If faced with a small subject try to frame it so that it becomes a vital element in an otherwise bigger picture. Here, maybe make the tree your main subject with the little bird as a sub plot in it. By placing the bird in a central position you are forcing our eye to the middle of the screen and asking us to ignore all else.
    • 5 May 2012 11:26AM
  • Horse races 2

    I'm with Martin here. The background's horrendous but the focus on the horses is what makes this shot.
    • 10 Jun 2011 7:21PM
  • Derry's Walls

    A terrific photograph. Perfect composition and with snow flakes too, just lovely.
    • 3 Jan 2011 7:31PM
  • Great tit

    Bird is a good size in the frame w/o being too big. Only thing that I don't like is the light fall-off on the branch below the tail, but that's not in your control.

    Mossy Oak, it's a 1D4
    • 3 Jan 2011 7:25PM
  • Glen Clova

    A good solid composition. Maybe let down a little by the insipid looking sky. A Graduated filter (1 stop or 1.5 stop) would have balanced the exposure a bit better and would have given the top of the frame a sky the scene deserves.
    • 21 Dec 2010 6:41PM
  • Perthshire winter

    No1 works best for me.
    Good simple composition with nothing to distract.

    House could do wityh beig a little further to the left to balance the composition into thirds a bit more, but on the whole I like it
    • 21 Dec 2010 6:33PM
  • Round"O" Magic

    Love the setting and you've done it a bit of justice too.

    Crop isn't to my taste, maybe because I feel it's squeezing the tree a bit and also because it splits the image in half vertically. Light hitting the righthand side is beautiful, however the left hand side is being left a little in the shade.
    • 21 Dec 2010 6:30PM

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