Waiting for my mate

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© Pratibimb - The Reflection
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UploadedMay 16, 2011
TakenMay 8, 2011
MakeNikon Corporation
ModelNIKON D5000
Exposure1/750 sec at f/6.7
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length200 mm
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8 responses

  • miguel ramos

    miguel ramos gave props (17 May 2011):

    Well spoted, great colors

  • Kelly Nichols

    Kelly Nichols said (17 May 2011):

    Nice details, good composition. However, next time....pay attention to what's in the background. Unfortunately, that branch in the background appears to be shooting right out of the bird's head! If you had moved to the left or right a little, you could prevent this from happening. That branch is distracting to an otherwise, nice photo! Hope this helps!

  • Pratibimb - The Reflection

    Pratibimb - The Reflection said (17 May 2011):

    @Kelly, Thanks for the tip.

  • John Linton

    John Linton gave props (17 May 2011):

    M A G N I F I Q U E n t r y !

  • Robin Perkins

    Robin Perkins said (19 May 2011):

    being as amateur in photography as I am I hate to critique, but since it's in the theme for it, I would say I agree w/Kelly. It's a great shot to work on improving.

  • alex ringer

    alex ringer said (19 May 2011):

    I loved the resemblance between the bird and the tree bark. Simple and nice comp.

  • Jodi Sloboda

    Jodi Sloboda said (31 May 2011):

    If you have photoshop, that branch would be pretty easy to clone out. With wildlife, it's so hard to get everything in the right place at the right time. Great shot! (Other photo software programs have cloning, too...check yours out; see what it offers.) I know you want to avoid "too much" photoshopping, but that really is an easy fix and wouldn't be noticed.

  • Pratibimb - The Reflection

    Pratibimb - The Reflection said (1 Jun 2011):

    @ Jodi, Thanks for the Tip, I am still learning Post-processing. I will try it

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