Grey - Headed Gull
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|Grey - Headed Gull (Chroicocephalus cirrocephalus)|
I have captured this Gull recently at Marieval Bird Sanctuary, early in the morning, just after Sunrise. Although it's not my first post of this species, but different locations, different lighting conditions give an opportunity to go for different images to enhance the quality of Photograph. Mainly early morning light helps a lot to play with exposure and I personally like shade of light in Photograph, so I prefer Golden Hour moment.
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- [2018-05-20 2:35]
Hi Srikumar difficult light and location behind the branches that come out of the water and you had to blur to get the best details on the seagull. You caught the best from this situation,i like the perfect symmetry with the reflections. Have a nice Sunday and thanks,Luciano
The photo's gorgeous, I love everything on it from lights to timing, but first of all composition, of course. However, personally I feel you were too sharp with Luciano in your answer.
Kind regards from Ireland, László
- [2018-05-24 12:59]
The gull looks quite sharp and enhanced by a favourable depth of field.
Yes, morning light helps in taking good pictures.
This is a fabulous shot..excellent!!
The reflections on the water are assets to the composition. The point of view is showing the details of the Grey-Headed Gull. The light is giving good colors rendering. Have a nice day.