- Art_R (3892)
- [2008-05-30 18:49]
Hi Sue , I think this little she bird has very nice colors , I like the more subtle colors of many of the female birds , you have captured the colors very nicely with good exposure , the detail is very good , as well as the point of view.
I think that focus is a challenge for all of us :-) especially with fast little birds.
- waminda2020 (320)
- [2008-05-31 0:26]
sue that must of taken some work - they don't stay still for long! well done and thanks for sharing...mark
PS i'd run it through a sharpening filter - should come up a treat!
- iris (3088)
- [2008-05-31 2:08]
Isnt this one cute?
Infact as i understand they are also green coloured wrens, and i have tried taking shots of them on a weeping willow near my home. But i have not yet been able to get a clean one:(
This one sure seems to be looking for some food around.
TFS & Cheers
- JPlumb (2904)
- [2008-06-01 3:19]
Hi Sue, very nice shot of this Fairy-wren, and in excellent focus, with very good detail. Mark is right, it might use just a bit of sharpening, but it's there, a very little PP will bring it out. Colour on this lady is maybe not as bright as the males, but your capture of it is great. I'd be thrilled with a shot of one of these. I've seen a male once, and I'm not sure if I've seen a female or not, though I have seen some small skittish quick little birds.
- rcrick (68)
- [2008-06-01 22:54]
Beautiful capture of this female Fairy-wren, wonderful colours and a lovely eye catch, I've yet to see one of these and I totally understand how difficult it is trying to catch one, excellent job well done, all the best,
Cheers Rick :)
- PaulH (13882)
- [2008-06-02 1:53]
what a great name! Love the pose you caught here with nice natural colours and catchlight in the eye too, nicely done!
- heimann2 (4536)
- [2008-06-04 3:44]
good capture of this really very fast and nervous little bird.
- ramthakur (56953)
- [2008-06-05 6:46]
This is a fairly good capture of a small bird, Sue. Pretty good focus and sharpness.
Trying different camera settings for practice on any suject and then observing the differences critically is a good method for learning to shoot with a DSLR. Fortunately, these digital gizmos allow you to erase practice shots without any regrets or extra cost. I used to do that a lot when I got my DSLR last year.
Keep shooting and all the best.