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Runnerduck Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 381 W: 57 N: 616] (1851) [2007-03-09 2:59]

This is incredible, and such an inspiration to me as I've just purchased a macro lens (although not this type). The detail is just razor sharp, the tilt of the head, the water droplets, the colours - I just love it.
Great work, thanks for sharing.

Runnerduck Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 381 W: 57 N: 616] (1851) [2007-03-04 14:13]

Hello Kelly. Welcome to TN, a great image to start off with, you did very well with the exposure and the pose is great.
Look forward to seeing more of your images.
Thanks for posting.

Runnerduck Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 381 W: 57 N: 616] (1851) [2007-02-23 4:53]

One of my favourite small birds. A lovely natural shot, great pov. More focus on the face would be better (in my opinion).
You seem to have a few spots on your sensor, not sure if you were aware of them (I also have the same problem, but haven't tackled it yet...).
Thanks for posting.

Runnerduck Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 381 W: 57 N: 616] (1851) [2007-02-21 13:28] [comment]

A pleasing portrait of this juvenile MUTE swan; although a tad too central for my liking.
Swans are generally very gentle creatures if and when they choose to be. They are my least favourite bird at the local ponds as they constantly disrupt and bully everyone else, especially the Canada geese.

Thanks for sharing.

Runnerduck Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 381 W: 57 N: 616] (1851) [2007-01-29 7:39]

I love your chosen pov. It's a very clean image and your exposure is great.
Well done and thanks for posting.

Runnerduck Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 381 W: 57 N: 616] (1851) [2007-01-25 13:04]

What an adorable bundle of fluff! A lovely composition, the muted grey bg really makes this shot and the detail of the bird is stunning. You can tell it was cold and windy brrrrr ;o)
Thanks for posting.

Runnerduck Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 381 W: 57 N: 616] (1851) [2007-01-25 9:48]

Beautiful, from the thumbnail it looked slightly oof (probably just my pc). A stunning image, great detail and sharpness, it's really crisp, and you have the added bonus of a natural frame.
The image could be slightly lighter, but this is just my opinion.
Great work, thanks for posting.

Runnerduck Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 381 W: 57 N: 616] (1851) [2007-01-23 12:27] [+]

This is a superb capture, so unusual. I think I would have preferred either a closer crop or the whole barrel, but this works well too.
A belated welcome to TN along with a friendly reminder to critique other members images.
Thanks for posting.

Runnerduck Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 381 W: 57 N: 616] (1851) [2007-01-22 14:27] [+]

Hello Simon
He's an Egyptian goose (not sure what the 'trouble maker' is). A well captured moment with some good detail. It's a shame his face is in the shade but this is just my (humble) opinion.
Thanks for sharing.

Runnerduck Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 381 W: 57 N: 616] (1851) [2007-01-22 6:21]

Wow, you were incredibly honoured to capture this moment.
I'm not entirely happy about the composition, but when capturing such a rare creature as this in it's natural environment I think one can be excused of such minor details.
Well done, and thank you for sharing.