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    Portrait of a Swan

    Hi Folks,
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    Portrait of a Swan

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    Re: Portrait of a Swan

    Beautiful capture - nuff said

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    Re: Portrait of a Swan

    Very nice Pat,

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    Re: Portrait of a Swan

    Lovely photo - graceful and serene.

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    Re: Portrait of a Swan

    Well done, great exposure.

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    Re: Portrait of a Swan

    Excellent exposure. so hard to get that degree of detail in the feathers. well done

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    Re: Portrait of a Swan

    Oh, my. This is a beautiful portrait of the swan. Lovely reflection.

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    Re: Portrait of a Swan

    Wow! Love the reflection!!

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    Re: Portrait of a Swan

    Many thanks to you all for your comments,
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    Pat

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    Great capture Pat. Nice And sharp with great detail.

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    Re: Portrait of a Swan

    Swans are so difficult to expose correctly, Pat, but this shot has worked well.

    I was wondering about cropping a little off the left edge, and a corresponding amount from the top, so that the swan wasn't quite so central. But I'm not sure it would make that much difference as there is plenty of space all around anyway.

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    Re: Portrait of a Swan

    Hi Pat.....its nice picture.......but i feel Geoff has a point....little crop just to remove it from being at centre of the frame will improve the look and feel......u may try it.if u dont mind

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