|Copyright: Catia Martire Centonze (micica)
|Date Taken: 2004-05|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2005-02-04 16:30|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Due the hummingbird strikes his wings in a 8-form, he's the only bird, who can fly backwards or even on move. The smaller arts can strke their wings 80-times a second. They float over flowers to suck the nektar from them. I think this is a very special and fascinatingly kind of animal, which we do not know at all.|
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The colours are very good and composition is good, but the quality is not good, there is a lot of noise and lack of sharpness.
Great composition, the bird, the colours, the pose are perfect. But technicaly not very good. What camera did you used?
- [2005-02-06 9:25]
Nice birdie, and I also like the note, TFS.
My German is more than 30 years in "not used format", but I think your problem, as you wrote to Philip, is the scaning. A better scan mode, scanner or PP wil get rid of a lot of the noise. Also, you do not say? if this was slide(dia) or negative film. NI can get rid of a lot of the BG noise, look at the tips, I'm sure it is posted there.
Also, You can crop more tightly. Please do not answer me in german, I am too rusted to really follow well.