I like the color combination - the white bird, green trees and blue sky work very well here. Your in-flight shows the bird very nicely but I think a crop would help this picture a bit. By cropping this shot, you could bring more attention to the main subject. Other than that, this is a tough bird to shoot on a bright sunny day. It is very easy to end up with a 'blown out' shot due to its pure white plumage.
I've had a long day but maybe I'll throw this picture into a workshop sometime this week and see how a cropped version would look like. BTW, what programs do you use to post-process your images ? Computer work plays a major role in digital photography and can greatly influence your results. Of course, shooting in RAW format is probably the best way to go if you intend to do any post-processing. (all my images are shot in RAW) Hope this helps.
its a good capture of this bird in flght. If you like taking birds in flight I would suggest at least a 400mm lens. TFS!
- [2008-05-31 8:34]
First of all, Thanks for Your critique in my last post, i really appreciate it.
Nice colors and beautiful moment You catch here. I have been looking at You galery, and You have done a very good work. Lovely imagens
- [2008-05-31 16:15]
such a great precision in shooting this. A manifestation of experience, I tried but lost the capture. Great clarity, though flying...very hard to me . I know.
Thanks for all the tips you gave...very useful indeed. Those are the secret that manual book never tell.
- [2008-05-31 19:20]
A very natural appearing shot.
The colours are vivid and rich.
I like the way the cockatoo is gliding into the scene,it evokes freedom and open space.
Lovely clarity with good focus and sharpness.
Hi Mark, a very good shot.
I think you 've a right thing to uncropped the photo.
Is very nice so.