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Netherlands
Title: Fly
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Lia Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 58 W: 17 N: 135] (952)

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ninadev Silver Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 48 W: 1 N: 97] (438) [2005-08-08 12:48]

Very nice Lia... A lovely blend of green and yellow with great orange eyes and with a lot of details.... I like how the flowers surround the fly below and on the right side..
nice frame too..

ninadev Silver Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 48 W: 1 N: 97] (438) [2005-08-02 12:19]

Hey! so this is sunflower season everywhere around the world it seems... Nice catch Sabine...

ninadev Silver Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 48 W: 1 N: 97] (438) [2005-07-31 20:24]

Magnifique photo! les couleurs sont tellement chaudes et le détail fantastique. On dirait qu'il pose pour toi, la tête bien haute et fière...

ninadev Silver Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 48 W: 1 N: 97] (438) [2005-07-27 13:03]

Nice shot.. in spite of the uniform brownish colors of the bird and tree, the details are so sharp that it does make a splendid pic.

ninadev Silver Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 48 W: 1 N: 97] (438) [2005-07-27 12:55]

You have so many wonderful pics Pam, that I unfortuntely don't have time to comment, and you are so lucky to live in a country with so many loverly birds such as this one.
Just a perfect shot with a great balance of sharpness and softness, details of the subject and blurred background... A1

ninadev Silver Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 48 W: 1 N: 97] (438) [2005-07-27 12:52]

A fine shot of this unusual scene... Love the splashing water and the diagonal composition.
I think that a little tweek of PS to sharpen the seagull, at least its head, would be nice .

ninadev Silver Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 48 W: 1 N: 97] (438) [2005-07-27 12:49] [+]

A défaut d'avoir le temps d'écrire des critiques sur toutes tes photos, ce que je regrette sincèrement, je choisis celle-ci comme un des beaux exemples de la techniques magnifiquement maîtrisée pour capter de beaux spécimens avec netteté et un rendu des couleurs superbes. Mais Diable, quel genre d'objectif utilises-tu ? j'ai un D70 avec objectif 70-300 et je ne suis jamais capable d'obtenir des plans si rapprochés avec autant de détails et de qualité d'image.

ninadev Silver Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 48 W: 1 N: 97] (438) [2005-07-27 12:37]

This seems to be a nice species of spider, Since you are asking, the answer is yes, a lower f-stop would have made the background more blurred, but mainly, a lower f-stop means more light thus a faster shutter speed, which would garantee a sharper image. Maybe in this case the spider moved a little and the slow shutter speed caused some softness on the spider. Another hint, next time you might try to place the subject less centered.

ninadev Silver Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 48 W: 1 N: 97] (438) [2005-07-27 7:25]

How cute he is... This was a very smart choice to transform in grey the background and leave just the koala in color. The light on the koala really gives a spark to the pic.
Even knowing it's not a bear, it really looks like a Teddy Bear forgotten by a kid in a bush...
Good work Josh

ninadev Silver Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 48 W: 1 N: 97] (438) [2005-07-21 7:08]

Can't find any other words than "cute"... They really seem to be holding hands... The colors are really nice and natural and so are the details.
Not so easy to take shots of otters, they move around so much...