- loot (11276)
- [2006-03-04 4:50]
Unfortunately I’m not able to help with anymore technical advice. You seem to know what to do as the colour, focus, composition, POV, exposure, lighting, DOF, and BG all came out very good.
I do not know the 'neat image' that you refer to so the only one I would have tried extra is the 'Unsharp mask' that is available in most of the PP software programs.
Very well done under the cold and testing circumstance you had to take the photo. TFS.
- wishnugaruda (19365)
- [2006-03-04 5:42]
this is such a wonderful and cute robin, I'm astonished about the nearly blue parts, so beautiful. The colours are so brilliant and sharpness excellent, very well done, thanks
Sabine - wishnugaruda
- ellis49 (2254)
- [2006-03-04 6:41]
a beautiful picture of a beautiful bird.
Great POV and very good POV and nice colours.
Try to use USM or Smart sharpen if you have PS CS2,
with settings 0,3 pixels and 200-400% amount.
- jossim (12636)
- [2006-03-04 8:24]
Une belle présentation,la pose de l'oiseau est parfaite et l'éclairage est parfait et fait bien ressortir les détails. Par contre je crois que la saturation des couleurs est un peu trop élevé à mon avis.
- TAZ (10926)
- [2006-03-04 9:51]
Yes, he is proud but he is also lovely ! Realy a nice shot pleasant to see. Congratulation Michael and thanks for sharing.
- aljawad (261)
- [2006-03-04 13:10]
Very nice shot and clarity ..
- coasties (28054)
- [2006-03-04 22:13]
Nice composition, great POV. I like the colours and the clarity is excellent. Nice work. TFS. :-)
- CaptiveLight (969)
- [2006-03-05 10:58]
Awww... Mike... it's a robin!
As far as sharpening goes, I'd try High Pass Filter sharpening... and if you need an explanation on that ring me...
- PDP (11769)
- [2006-03-23 2:42]
Hello Mike, nice shot and a very nice pose. It's a little soft in focus but not too bad for hand held whilst shaking with the cold!
- Signal-Womb (11094)
- [2006-03-28 7:08]
Great capture of my favorite bird Mike. Love the low POV on this, great colour and pose. Very nice work.
It's a lovely shot with good composition and background and an excellent POV. Amazing clarity considering the 1/45 and 300mm. I guess the IS does a good job! I usually use USM the same settings as ellis49. I find that different radiuses work better for different cameras so you may have to experiment.