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super capture.ray

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23 May 2010 8:43PM
Brilliant Cheryl !!
23 May 2010 8:47PM
great detailed capture of the bird and really like the inclusion of the foreground. If i was to be ultra picky i'd say it might look better with an even further diffused background to blur the greens and browns further. But a top shot Smile
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bricurtis Plus
10 2.0k 49 England
23 May 2010 9:00PM
Super sharp eyes in this - looks to need warming up a little though on my monitor. A lot of blue in this image.!
csurry 13 9.2k 92
23 May 2010 9:00PM
Taken at f/4 Lee, main issue was that the foreground grass was not long enough (as was being grazed by sheep today whilst we were using the field!). The background was not as far away as would like, but the owl kept heading towards the spikey grass (which is the background).

Will take a look at some of the others, as we moved the owl about looking for some better angles, so one shot may have worked better than another.

Shot was taken in the shade, so light was cooler. I could warm up future ones when I look at them, but left as shot, which was on cloudy WB, so you can see just how blue the shade was.
bricurtis Plus
10 2.0k 49 England
23 May 2010 9:32PM
It's your choice Cheryl but I would prefer not to see blue in the plumage.Smile
Angi_Wallace 7 172 10 United Kingdom
23 May 2010 10:02PM
What a stunning bird, and lovely shot.
Angi
csurry 13 9.2k 92
24 May 2010 11:13AM
Sorry Brian, was very tired last night and re-reading my post I need to clarify I was sort of agreeing with you. It is as shot with the WB on something that should have warmed the image naturally, so it shows that the shade light was very cool, but I was also trying to say on future uploads from the session I'll take a look at warming them up Grin

And if you think this looks blue you should see the merlin shots straight from camera, had to check I'd not used the wrong WB they were so blue!

Thanks all.
Oliverpants 6 2 2 England
24 May 2010 11:56AM
Great eyes and pose. Ann
bricurtis Plus
10 2.0k 49 England
24 May 2010 8:29PM
No problem Cheryl - I got the gist of what you were saying.

Merlin's already have blue in their plumage so I can picture how they must look. I expect they will look fine when you post them warmed up.Smile
25 May 2010 9:34AM
Stunning image well done.

Keith.

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