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Pitangus sulphuratus...


Pitangus sulphuratus...
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Copyright: Jose Reynaldo da Fonseca (nofer) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1190 W: 366 N: 811] (2307)
Genre: Animals
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2005-11-27
Categories: Birds
Camera: Sony DSC-F828, Carl Zeiss - 28 - 200mm f2-2,2, Memory Stick PRO 4GB
Exposure: f/8, 1/60 seconds
More Photo Info: [view]
Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop
Theme(s): Natureza em Avare - Fauna e Flora, Birds of Brazil [view contributor(s)]
Date Submitted: 2005-11-27 19:59
Viewed: 11587
Points: 22
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note [Portuguese]
This is resident (and born!) in the back yard of my house! Here he got ready to take water in the source.
The strongest light is behind the bird but taste of the picture and your opinion will be important.

"Tyrant flycatcher
Pitangus sulphuratus

1. it annotates of the bug:

Vulgar names: Tyrant flycatcher; bentevi-true; well-you-see-of-coria; well-you-see-of-crown; pituã; pitanguá; pitaguá and puintaguá (indigenous); sad-life; bentevi-of-crown; tiuí; teuí; tic-tiui; siririca (female); great kiskadee (USA); bichofêo, vintevêo and bentevêo (Argentina) and qu'est - ce in French Guiana.
Scientific name: Pitangus sulphuratus (Linnaeus, 1766) or the synonym, Lanius sulphuratus (Linnaeus, 1766)
Origin of Nome:Seu popular name (tyrant flycatcher) he/she has origin onomatopéica, because when they vocalize is possible to listen to him/it to repeat all of the syllables or it leaves of them.
Ordem:Passeriformes
Subordem: Tyranni
Family: Tyrannidae (Tiranídeos). it is in this family, for the fact sometimes to be overbearing, that is, attacks other birds and even others you encourage when if it is threatened. It is very common to see him/it giving low and pecks in birds of prey (mainly hawks), that you/they enter in his/her territory.
Subfamily: Tyranninae
Gender: Pitangus sp
Species: Pitangus sulphuratus. They exist at least 4 subspecieses.

2. like him it is?

The tyrant flycatcher is a bird of brown coloration, in the area of the back, and yellowish in the area of the womb. His/her beak is flattened, long, resistant and a little bent. Therefore above their eyes, there is a great white strip, and in the high of his/her crown, there is a stripe that varies from yellow-clearing to the orange-alive. It measures from 22,0 to 25 centimeters, weighing from 54 to 60 grams. http://www.vidadecao.com.br/cao/index2.asp?menu=curiosidade_bemtevi.htm"

Thank you for the visit!

http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bem-te-vi
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Foto tirada na natureza. (NÃO É CATIVEIRO!!)
Photo shot in the nature. (IT IS NOT CAPTIVITY!!)

Athila, dew77, wishnugaruda, coasties, scottevers7, livios, marhowie, anavazao, SkyF has marked this note useful
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It a pretty shot !

Focus looks sharp and exposure is almost perfect. The only thing I would change if I was taking the same picture would be the use of fill-in flash. Colors in the birds would be brighter, you would have a nice sparkle in the eye and highlight on the rock wouldn't be so contrasty. Most camera can control fill-in automatically. However composition is very good and BG is wonderfull since it doesn't interfeer with the main subject.
Great shot and TFS.

Good solid detail, nicely exposed, just a little dark in the head area. If I might make a suggestion, reduce shadows and increase highlights, I think you can recover more detail and greater eye contact.

Greg

Excellent capture!
Great POV and well composed,
nice colours and details,
very good pose,
TFS!

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  • dew77 Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 4432 W: 248 N: 4028] (13270)
  • [2005-11-28 3:50]

Hello Jose!
Lovely capture.POV,colors,details,lighting,framing and composition are perfect.TFS...:-)

Pode até estar em uma área escura - a sombra de árvores, mas está muito nítida e com excelentes detalhes, cores ótimas, uma ótima composição, o bem-te-vi também está com uma boa pose. Um trabalho muito bom e tem se levar em conta que é um animal na natureza não em cativeiro, gostei muito.

Hi Jose,
that's a pretty bird at a nice place.
I think Gregory is right, the bird - special his eye is a little dark - but I like the light coming from behind, but so the bird is dark. I try a WS for you and hope you will like it.
Bye bye and thanks for the wonderful bird
Sabine - wishnugaruda

Hi Jose

A quick critique I am sorry to say. Busy time leading up to Christmas. Points only this time.

Hi Jose,
What a colorful, and beautiful bird. I think the composition and framing are excellent. It sounds like you have gotten a few suggestions on improving it some. I would agree with them. I love the pose you have captured here. Nice shot.
Scott

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  • livios Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 2150 W: 319 N: 4263] (16942)
  • [2005-12-03 12:19]

José Reynaldo, gosto muito desta foto.

Excelente pose, nitidez e composição. O contrast com fundo também ficou show de bola.

Parabéns.

Hello Jose. This one is much sharper than # 2 and the colors are better even in the lower light. Good detail and look-back pose. An excellent note on this, Well done!

Olá,
uma nota muito interessante!
As cores a pose do "Pitangus sulphuratus" estão fabulosas!
No seu total é uma foto muito interessante!
Ana:)

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  • SkyF Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 2234 W: 188 N: 1912] (8073)
  • [2006-02-19 14:26]

Hi Reynaldo,
this is beautiful, such nice sharp details. He is perfectly posing for you. Great composition.
Sky

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