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trevorbayliss Silver Star Critiquer [C: 21 W: 0 N: 0] (0) [2008-10-26 11:36]

Hello Jai
Its good see that you have your camera with you when your travelling the country.
This is a fine capture of Mr Peacock...Good sharp details and natural colours....It a Pop Pop In my book!!
Im none to sure what the above crit was on about...She was told some bum info when the subject is on the deck...Maybe Gwasshopper taught her..Lol
All the best
Paul

trevorbayliss Silver Star Critiquer [C: 21 W: 0 N: 0] (0) [2008-10-26 11:05]

Hello Larry
You are right to post this as it is a very good capture but in my opinion you have done a very large crop on this..I say this as I can see pixelation blocks around the eyes and other areas...I opened it up in photoshop and zoomed to 150% and they become very evident at that small zoom ratio.
I hope this helps and certainly it isnt a criticism just an observation.
I am afraid I cant help with the ID but I hope someone can for you.
All the Best
Trev

trevorbayliss Silver Star Critiquer [C: 21 W: 0 N: 0] (0) [2008-10-26 10:07]

Hello Alexei
Congratulations on your impressive new equipment.
I have always been a fan of Pigeons be the Rock or Wood as although they are common they have a unique beauty and you cant dislike them for being successful.
This is a fine capture full of natural sharp detail..Perfect colours...Thats a nice sharp lense you have purchased.
All the Best
Paul

trevorbayliss Silver Star Critiquer [C: 21 W: 0 N: 0] (0) [2008-10-26 10:00]

Hello Nick
This is fine capture of the Coal Tit..Its a lovely scene with good sharp details on the subject all set against a lovely bg....Its funny that you post this today as I have spent most of the day watching one flitting back and forth to a feeder in my garden...Its quite exciting as its the first one I have seen in my garden...When the Rain finally stops I shall try and get a few pictures.
A good week ahead to you.
All the Best
Paul

trevorbayliss Silver Star Critiquer [C: 21 W: 0 N: 0] (0) [2008-10-26 9:46]

Hello James
Another fantastic capture from Chudop Waterhole.
Again perfectly taken...Am I correct in seeing 2 Wildebeest (Or some similar mammal) in the BG this time and the leg and tail of maybe a different animal in the far middle right?
Any how its a superb capture and TFS
All the Best
Paul

trevorbayliss Silver Star Critiquer [C: 21 W: 0 N: 0] (0) [2008-10-26 9:41]

Hello James
This a fantastic action capture with Gemsboks raising the dust as they wage battle.
Photographically beyond reproach as always...I love the Zebra looking on in the middle right of the frame.
All the Best
Paul

trevorbayliss Silver Star Critiquer [C: 21 W: 0 N: 0] (0) [2008-10-26 9:37]

Hello James
First of all welcome back from your trip and belated Birthday Wishes.
This is a stunning capture and the sort of image that all of us on TN are so lucky that you share with us..Its a scene of incredible interest and of a quality that would put many a Nat Geo photographer to shame....As always your notes are superb and compliment the image perfectly.
All the Best
Paul

trevorbayliss Silver Star Critiquer [C: 21 W: 0 N: 0] (0) [2008-10-26 9:31]

Hello Jane
This fella reminds of across between a bullfinch (the beak) and a green finch (colourings)
A very well taken picture displaying very good natural sharpness with the all important eye.
Great work Jane
All the Best
Mr T

trevorbayliss Silver Star Critiquer [C: 21 W: 0 N: 0] (0) [2008-10-25 11:01]

Hello Cristian
I am afraid that I cant tell you the species of this Dragon but the colour change could be a male or female?
Very good use of the monopod to capture this..The dof is spot on giving a really good perspective over the wings..the body is naturally sharp.
All the Best
Paul

trevorbayliss Silver Star Critiquer [C: 21 W: 0 N: 0] (0) [2008-10-25 10:35]

Hello Mario
I can see there was little light when you took this picture and you provided your own perfectly...Captivatingly natural details...As we head into winter in the UK I shall have to use my flash more often and if I get results anywhere near to this I shall have a big grin!!
All the Best
Paul