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    Chickadee #2

    Color and B&W....................


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    Re: Chickadee #2

    Beautiful, I like everything about it... color, detail and background. I prefer the color version.

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    Re: Chickadee #2

    Beautiful, Steve.

    They come up as two different images and I don't think one is 'better' than the other. They both work in their own way.

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    Re: Chickadee #2

    Quote Originally Posted by jprzybyla View Post
    Beautiful, I like everything about it... color, detail and background. I prefer the color version.
    Thank you joe, this was shot backlit, with a flash and bounce card. The beautiful diffused colors of the background are from backlit pine limbs, in the distance.


    The more I shoot, the more I think the background is more important than the subject.

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    Re: Chickadee #2

    Quote Originally Posted by Donald View Post
    Beautiful, Steve.

    They come up as two different images and I don't think one is 'better' than the other. They both work in their own way.

    Thanks donald. I've always thought chickadee's make for a good b&w. I've been practicing on my b&w's again, trying to perfect my conversion.

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    Re: Chickadee #2

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve S View Post
    The more I shoot, the more I think the background is more important than the subject.
    I cannot agree more, I am always looking beyond the subject to find a pleasing background, moving and changing the angle that works the best.

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