- lousat (65489)
- [2009-04-24 7:31]
Hi Ram,very very nice pic,the light don't help,but you manage very well the time of exposure for a good result.Excellent details and colors,my best compliments,have a nice weekend and thanks to shoe me this beauty,Luciano
- sranjan (5784)
- [2009-04-24 9:26]
Dear Ram Sir,
Wonderful POV for Common Mynah against OOF dark BG where it stands out very well. Excellent sharpness, lighting & details. TFS
- haraprasan (20403)
- [2009-04-24 10:44]
Hi Mr. Ram,
A nice capture of this beautiful common myna. Sharp details and a good composition. A bit of noise in the BG but it is manageable with some pp work. Thanks a lot for sharing.
- eng55 (5892)
- [2009-04-24 12:05]
Lovely capture.I liked especially use of light a lot.Details,POV and composition are also perfect.
Thanks for posting.
- cataclysta (5666)
- [2009-04-25 3:15]
Very nice image. I like especially the light. Also nice blured background and quite good sharpness. Nicely composed photo with main object on the left side. Maybe you could do a little noise reduction in background
Hello Ram Sir,
Interesting POV, looks like its listening to some conversation and is very much interested in it :)
I just tried a WS as there was some noise in the background, pardon my liberties. Hope I did it right!
- goldyrs (11497)
- [2009-04-25 5:45]
I'm sorry for being so inconsistent, but you know the reasons...its getting to me now. Its one thing to suffer, another to see someone you love.
As usual, you make things very common look beautiful,sir. You've used the (harsh)light to your advantage.
The notes have been prepared and presented with METICULAS care.
The word "Mynah" also means "month" in Hindustani. Wonder how it was given this name? Did it, perhaps, have something to do with the advent of the Monsoon Rains?
Excellent sharpness & focusing. From 3 meters? About 20 feet. They take-off quite easily.... I know.... was born in Goa, India. Had them as pets. They mimic human speech very easily if taken from the nest and hand-raised. They also return home to roost. Their biggest enemy is MAN.
WONDERFUL CAPTURE, indeed!!!
Best regards from your jath-wallah,
P.S. Ram.... hope you don't mind.... but, I'm going to W/S it.
Am going to encrease the exposure levels in some areas & reduce them in others to balance out the colours of the MOST BEAUTIFUL bird from my beloved India.... besides the peacock, of course.