|02/27/2006 12:52:47 AM|
|02/26/2006 09:51:22 PM|
by harleyComment by yanko:
Tough to make out the peacock in this. Maybe use a flash? or wait until he moved more into the light? In addition to the lighting, the background is also a problem (too distracting). If possible I'd suggest at least going with a shallow DOF to blur as much of that out as you can or just wait for the peacock to move somewhere else with a less distracting background.
Composition-wise, you did get the peacock off center which is good. He is looking to the right so maybe it would have been better to off-center him on the left and have negative space in the direction he is looking.
|02/25/2006 09:45:39 PM|
by harleyComment by BakerBug:
This would be much better if you had caught the peacock in the sun. It gets lost in the shade of the tree.
|02/24/2006 02:32:06 PM|
by harleyComment by oanav:
the lighting and the composition are terrible! just because you found a peacock and managed to get something of it into the shot before he run away does not make it a contest entry!! neither getting it bw; after trying to vote for more than 100 photos it starts to bug me people enter such unprofessional images and clutter the challenge... also the fact that I should leave a comment for giving a photo a 1 when the reason is obvious; ok.. calmer.. the subject (peacock) is in shadow and you can hardly see it and it's a she peacock without the nice tail; there is no reason why we should be looking at those benches; there is no composition, no appearence of atempt to make an interesting photo; sorry...
|02/24/2006 11:56:17 AM|
|02/24/2006 10:32:47 AM|
by harleyComment by FranziskaLang:
To be honest, the peacock is hard to see, the eye is very much drawn to the left, bright side of the image. One of the few drawbacks of sunny days I guess, the high contrast light.
|02/24/2006 09:39:22 AM|
|02/23/2006 08:21:58 PM|
by harleyComment by fritzoschitzo:
i would have wished to see more detail on the peacock, especially since it's the main subject of the shot. perhaps if it was shot in more direct sunlight instead of in the shadows...
|02/22/2006 05:02:38 PM|
|02/22/2006 04:05:12 PM|
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