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By strawman
As ever thought etc welcomed.

One form the past and the MWFC (thanks Cheryl for organising) This is a montage of a burst of photo's capturing a captive birds flight.

I guess I could have tidied the jesses up a bit etc, but I feel that by blending three frames together I have edited enough. Should I have continued to clone? Any tips on how to blend such photo's. I am not convinced on the in-flight editing.

I am just pleasantly surprised to have a few frames of the bird taking off an in focus.

Tags: Flight Owl Digitally manipulated Pets and captive animals

Voters: AnneWorner, Lexical, andrewrit and 17 more

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Lexical 14 United Kingdom
8 Aug 2008 3:39PM
Brilliant Captures & Very Well Edited
8 Aug 2008 3:39PM
Excellent image,superb detail.
csurry 19 9.2k 92
8 Aug 2008 3:44PM
What you have illustrated neatly is what I always try and tell people, the best wing positions are very early in the flight. Therefore use the longest lens and try to lock on asap.

Further in to the flight all you will get is a glide and no wing action.
kencbr 14 4 United Kingdom
8 Aug 2008 3:53PM
wonderfull capture and well presented,
bumbleb3 15 358 United Kingdom
8 Aug 2008 3:58PM
excellent captures
mrsvee 13 1 England
8 Aug 2008 4:01PM
Brilliant images, very well edited.
Well done.
sillygirl 13 9 Sweden
8 Aug 2008 4:08PM
absolutely stunning, you fooled me until i read the text Smile
strawman 17 22.2k 16 United Kingdom
8 Aug 2008 4:14PM
Thanks for your comments, it is just great to watch and photograph such creatures.
jdenman 13 19 5 Spain
8 Aug 2008 4:34PM
Cracking work.
9 Aug 2008 7:29AM
ace capture
Wilmot 13 338 1 United Kingdom
7 Dec 2008 4:28PM
Awesome capture.
peppercorn 11 4 England
25 Feb 2010 8:12PM
peppercorn 11 4 England
26 Feb 2010 12:53PM
Hi thanx for your mod on my pic,and the advice...
JackAllTog Plus
12 6.3k 58 United Kingdom
31 May 2012 1:07PM
Oh i do like this - very nice.

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