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|This is known as a robin in the UK. It looks quite different than than what we call a robin where I come from (New Jersey, USA).|
This was the only time I used my telephoto lens on my one week trip on the tip of Cornwall. I was lucky to be able to get so close and also find something to help support the lens (300mm).
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- [2004-07-26 6:00]
I like your composition Dan, It's only a shame that the little twigs make damage to your photo. Farther I like the colours alot.
Welcome to TN Dan, Not a bad picture very nicely set in the scene with the surrounding twigs , though the OOF twig could do with being cloned out, and fill flash would of light the breast side a bit and reveal the colour of his breast.
- [2004-07-26 13:28]
Who shot Cock Robin? I said Callie, with my D70, etc. Very nice. i like the position in the frame, the size is fine. I shot them too, and they are verydifficult to get. However, the plumage is a bit darl - try using fill flash, it just brings out the plumage. Also, try F8, f5,6 is too shallow, see the tail & bottom of the body.
WElcome on TN Dan. Nice picture of this Robin. The colours and the composition are very good but I have to agree with Robert about the light.
- [2004-08-09 21:46]
Good composition, Dan. While I wish the robin was sharper, I like the way you have framed the shot with the little robin amongst the 'dangerous' looking branches. The blue background really makes the shot work.
- [2006-02-13 21:59]
I took a look at your first posts.
This one was good seen with my eyes of today.
Thank you Dan.