- dew77 (13270)
- [2006-01-21 4:36]
Very nice capture.Sharpness,colors,
clear details,POV,expression on face
are wonderful.I think it will be
better with a tight crop,and hope
to see it soon;)
- coasties (28054)
- [2006-01-21 5:19]
Nice work Tim. Love the face. Lots of charachter here. Crisp, clear and sharp. Well done. Thanks.
- ellis49 (2254)
- [2006-01-21 11:40]
this is a powerful shot wiht great POV and composition.
Very good details and nice colour but IMO you could and a bit more contrast.
- metcher (4284)
- [2006-01-21 12:26]
Very nice portrait shot. Composition is very good for my eyes. Good sharpness and colors.
Straws in mouth add a lot.
Man! Those are some horns! Love the composition. I agree with Gert. It calls for more contrast. There is too much midtone and not enough contrast to make the picture "pop". It all looks a little wahed out and very easy to fix. I think that close shots of animals really need the eyes to make a statement. Here they are weak. I just tried it out. I guess one should practice what they preach! Sometimes edits are easier said than done : ) see workshop.
- marhowie (486)
- [2006-01-21 20:13]
Tim, No time for comment. Well deserved ;-)Without continual growth and progress, such words as improvement, achievement, and success have no meaning. – Benjamin Franklin, 1706-1790
- Jannie (1227)
- [2006-01-23 1:34]
Excellent head on POV. Very good detail and natural colours.
- chouette (0)
- [2006-01-23 22:53]
Excellent shot Tim! This "mbogo" looks very dangerous! I wouldn't like to be in front of him! I like your composition. Colors and sharpness are great. TFS!
- hummingbird24 (64)
- [2006-01-28 16:12]
My reaction to this photo is amazement, that in this day and age, one can still view such creatures like this.
He looks to be a remnant from prehistoric times and his eyes say; that it has been a long journey...
Great job, thank you Tim!