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CRITIQUE MY SKILLS and my sexay BIRD

 
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Nov 01, 2006 19:07 |  #1

hey guys please critique i'm still practicing a lot on my photography skills.

let me know what i do to help me get my pictures much clearer and professional style. Most of the bird shots were done without a flash because i didn't want to blind my bird  :o


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Nov 01, 2006 19:30 |  #2

It's a bit blurry as if you were shaking.


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Nov 01, 2006 19:32 |  #3

First thing I would bring to your attention is the direction of your light source, in both examples it's opposite of the focus element such as the beak in the first picture and the face in the second one.

Don't be afraid to flip your camera on the side and take a portrait when using the height elements of your subject instead of using a landscape orientation and fill the frame with your subject without cutting off the tops.

Hope this helps and remember, we all start somewhere. I've been doing photography for thirty years and I'm still learning.

David


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Nov 01, 2006 19:32 |  #4

I think you have mad skillz.

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