African Grey Parrot
- elizabeth (10)
- [2008-06-12 2:33]
Hi and welcome to TN!
You have good colour and lighting in your image, however isolating one bird would give you a simpler composition and more impact. Perhaps a crop to show just the bird on the left would give you a stronger image.
TFS, look forward to seeing more of your images in due course.
Welcome to TN.
This is indeed a nice image to start with, but i do agree with Elizabeth on the composition.Your image is sharp and has excellent details and the action captured quite interesting.But it would be quite nice to isolate the one on the left and present it...I tried a Workshop...there is a bit of noise on those feathers as the focus on the shot was quite central ...hope you wont mind...
Thanks for sharing....
I promise you are going to enjoy being here..:)
- claudine (0)
- [2008-06-12 7:17]
Nice to see you here on TN! They are lovely creatures and I like this unusual composition. Details are sharp and tones of colors agreeable with interesting notes. I hope I'll see more of your nature's shots! Greetings from sunny Quebec!
- Silvio2006 (102073)
- [2008-06-12 8:28]
Hola Aires, nice see you on TN, a great welcome, beautiful portrait of lovely Parrot, gret details and excellent sharpness, bravo, ciao Silvio
- clnaef (6814)
- [2008-06-12 8:46]
Excelente idée que ce flou et net. Belle teintes.
- japiey (405)
- [2008-06-12 12:11]
Hi Dear Aires,
W E L C O M E to TREKNATURE:)
Superb shot for the journey here...
The tones attract.
All the best, my good friend.
- pablominto (14563)
- [2008-06-14 0:51]
A fine portrait of this cute fellow!
Lovely details in the plumage, the DoF works well in isolating the subject from the background...
Welcome to TrekNature, it is a nice place with some very skillful and friendly nature photographers..!
- waminda2020 (320)
- [2008-06-19 9:04]
Aires, nice photo - i like it's clarity , depth of field and the various shades of grey! I don't know about have the red behind in the shot - perhaps if you had all the bird... try not to cut things in half. lokking at the picture, it would be hard to crop away!! thanks for sharing...mark
- oscarromulus (42)
- [2008-06-22 14:03]
Welcome to TN.
Warm greetings from Calgary.
P.S. "I CAN TALK, CAN YOU FLY?".