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SWAN AT WHITLINGHAM PARK. NORFOLK.

By HSTONEY222

Tags: Wildlife and nature

Voters: philhomer, SammyRatFan, mauriceegan


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philhomer 6 66 32 England
8 Feb 2013 10:47AM
most users of non-DSLR don't get off 'auto' so well done here for achieving what you have and using -EC for instance

i think that perhaps -2/3 would have saved more of the white detail, and that perhaps a slightly less centralised composition would have benefit the image - if you have the option look ot use individual focus points and choose one appropriate to the subject composition... alternatively you can crop later but personally i don't see the point.

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HSTONEY222 8 20 1 United Kingdom
8 Feb 2013 11:49PM
TO Philhomer,
thank you for your comments, my camera is new and this was a flying visit down to the park to try out some snow pictures before attending a place in Norwich for 2hrs.
Had found that i was overexposure if i went +1/+2 so had to drop down to minus then it was to dark hence 1/3 stop. camera setting was set to take pictures for A3 prints size, now
getting to grip with the camera, will have more time shortly.
seen in mag to +1/2/ for snow but then the skies well over exposure!
thanks for looking and the commentsagain, will have a better look of your site later time now is 23.49 pm. p.s. have done some minor cropping on this pic tur saved for a3 printing.

Howard.
HSTONEY222 8 20 1 United Kingdom
8 Feb 2013 11:52PM
HI! THANKS TO THE OTHER 2 FOR YOR CLICKS.

HOWARD.

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