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Splashdown
08/31/2005 12:25:17 AM
Splashdown2nd Place
by agwright

Comment:
Perfectly timed, well done !
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Looking to get back in.
08/31/2005 12:23:18 AM
Looking to get back in.1st Place
by graphicfunk

Comment:
This is fantastic Daniel and IMO your best one yet !

-Lisa
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Quasi una fantasia
08/29/2005 10:35:55 PM
Quasi una fantasia1st Place
by nico_blue

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A big congratulations to you, I can't fault it - a worthy winner ! :-)
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Implements of the Rain Maker
08/03/2005 09:45:39 PM
Implements of the Rain Maker1st Place
by aboutimage

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Congratulations ! The choice to use B/W paid off. The detail is amazing !

-Lisa
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no words needed
07/27/2005 01:36:06 AM
no words needed1st Place
by eirasi

Comment:
wow well done ! negative space works well and a great character study ;-)
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my home
07/25/2005 08:06:39 PM
my home
by sigrun_th

Comment:
nice capture, even through the wire but the focus is the bird. The element of wood/wooden doesn't come out and grab me.
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#2
07/25/2005 07:59:44 PM
#2
by jrtodd

Comment:
Very simple and striking. you should go well. good Luck !
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birdwatching.jpg
07/19/2005 01:28:31 AM
birdwatching.jpg
by mlhop05

Comment:
Hi
Firstly with birds and in your case here, I would defintely come in a lot closer and make the bird fill the picture and make it your main subject. However that's entirely upon how close you can get and the zoom on your lens. That way will bring out so much more detail and make it a serious contender for challenges. While this is a nice photo for the family album there is too much space and distractions which take away the focus on the birds. They're a bit lost in this picture. Sometimes though you can use a backdrop(background) to enhance your subject in a positive way. Patience is the key and keep practising on any subject and if you have a good software program you're on your way, you'll only improve. Don't forget there is plenty of helpful people on this site if you have questions.
Feel free to browse my porfolio as I shoot many nature shots, it may give you some ideas on composition.

-Lisa
Dad & Daughters
07/18/2005 02:26:21 AM
Dad & Daughters1st Place
by roadrunner

Comment:
Aussie, Aussie, Aussie OI OI OI

Well done !
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Birds Eye View
07/11/2005 12:49:07 AM
Birds Eye View
by megryan

Comment:
In response to rscorp, this shot was not telephoto, I was up close and personal with this little one. It is a juvenile and so docile that I literally had the lens in its face and it didn't mind. The parents have been coming around for some time and bring their babies every year !
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