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    Trumpeter Swans

    Lots of swans on Ninepipe reservoir far from the shore. Found this pair on a small pond early this morning. The sun made their feathers almost glow.

    Trumpeter Swans

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    Good soft colours and textures, Dave. You got the exposure pretty good.

    Slight point - that framing offsets from the main image, rather than being continuous. So the swans necks are offset, and the Risingwolf logo is also repeated and offset.

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    Re: Trumpeter Swans

    Quote Originally Posted by carregwen View Post
    Slight point - that framing offsets from the main image, rather than being continuous. So the swans necks are offset, and the Risingwolf logo is also repeated and offset.
    That'll be because it's a radial magnification (under the frame), for this kind of shot, perhaps just a bit more of what was around the edge would have been better under the frame.

    Like the shot though, well done,

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    Re: Trumpeter Swans

    Beautiful birds and nicely done on the shot.

    Britt

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    Re: Trumpeter Swans

    I agree about the poor choice of frames. Didn't notice the distortion of the necks. Playing with Helicon Filter and trying different ideas. Thanks for the comments.

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