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Womens Work

By Hedoff
Female Sunbird putting finishing touches to the nest It even comes with a small verandah over the opening The male comes along periodically to check it out

Tags: Australian birds Wildlife and nature

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annettep38 Plus
5 218 40 Costa Rica
5 Aug 2011 5:57AM
an exquisite bird shot. the background is also a great match in colours

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Gemma9 7 United Kingdom
5 Aug 2011 11:08AM
Excellent capture, lovely colours
Gemma
Chinga Plus
5 3 1 United Kingdom
5 Aug 2011 2:10PM
Such a lovely little bird! Well taken shot. Love the colours and the pose. IB
paulbroad 9 116 1057 United Kingdom
5 Aug 2011 3:12PM
Looks very good. Difficult to fully assess sharpness at this size but looks OK. Would crop the background a bit - I find the yellow area, extreme right, a bit distracting.

Paul
pamelajean Plus
10 964 1830 United Kingdom
5 Aug 2011 8:07PM
Welcome to EPZ. She is making a nice job of the nest, Cyril. You have good detail, colour and exposure, but the background lets the image down a bit, and I think it could be a bit sharper. I have done a modification where I cropped square, eliminating a lot of the background on the right. I reduced the highlights, cloned out a bit of debris under the bird's chin, adjusted levels slightly, selectively sharpened the beak and eye, sharpened the overall focus to bring more detail on the feathers, then softened the background because there was a bit of noise there.
Pamela.
Hedoff 5 4 Australia
5 Aug 2011 10:56PM
This shot was processed in Raw and is and was cropped in PS I am not up to speed with the rest of the comments in the adjustments. I also have difficulty with judging the amount of sharpness to use I do appreciate the critique

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