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Deep Blue

By DarrylWilliams

Tags: Wildlife and nature

Voters: UserHasLeft, denian, u08mcb

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u08mcb 13 5.8k
18 Jun 2004 9:22PM
To be honest I think this photo would be greatly improved if there was no swan!

Not a complaint about swans, they can be very photogenic birds, but as you've picked up in the title, the real beauty in this picture is in the water.

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denian 13
18 Jun 2004 9:36PM
Agree with the above, the water is great, however the swan gets in the way. Click anyway.
strawman 13 22.1k 16 United Kingdom
19 Jun 2004 12:10AM
These birds can be difficult to photograph because of the amount of light they reflect. The water is an amazing colour, what did you do to achieve this? An interesting end result.
u08mcb 13 5.8k
19 Jun 2004 10:20AM
Always shoot white birds at -1 to -1 2/3 exposure compensation, greatly impreoves feather detail.

The reverse for black birds.

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