Tree Swallow in Marsh


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Title     Tree Swallow in Marsh
Photographer     goshawk1/Michael (214) Send mail to this user
Portfolio     Nature
Category     Avian
Content advisory     G (general audiences)
Submitted     April 20, 2010 5:24:51 PM CDT
Views     439
Rating     3 Thumb-up

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Thumb-up    from liddie/Steve (129) Send mail to this user on April 20, 2010 7:06:46 PM CDT (2) Early critique

Hi Michael, Nice image of a tree swallow. Perhaps a tighter crop of the bird, without that little twig on the top of its head would improve this image. I like it. Regards. Steve

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Thumb-up    from mojaveh/Mehrdad (55,657) This user is a Premium Member Send mail to this user on April 20, 2010 5:58:09 PM CDT (2) Early critique

I agree what Michael stated in his critique, a bit tighter cropping will emphasize on the main object ( Swallow) . As your DOF and sharpness is fine, that will not harm image quality.

Goodluck, Mehrdad

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Thumb-up    from michaelcastellano/Michael (74,825) This user is a Premium Member Send mail to this user on April 20, 2010 5:35:02 PM CDT (5) Early critique

A nice image, Michael, and one that could be greatly improved. First I would crop off much of the top of the image, it does nothing but divert attention from the swallow. I would also rotate the image so the wood framing is vertical to the horizon. Lastly, I would clone out that plant as it only serves as a distraction.

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