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    Re: redtail

    Nice! I really like the composition. Just watch your horizon line. Your picture is a bit crooked and could do with some straightening?

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    Re: redtail

    Thanks Marie, it does slide to the left a little .

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    Re: redtail straightened I hope

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    Re: redtail straightened I hope

    Your name seems to be tilted to the right jk. nice shot!

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    Re: redtail straightened I hope

    lol ....I just cant get it right today . T
    hanks Michael I am going to bed smiling now .

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    Re: redtail straightened I hope

    Now, wake up and go try some layering techniques using soft light and gradient layers...it needs more depth. I also cloned out a few distracting elements. Do keep smiling.

    redtail

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    Re: redtail

    Hi,
    The decisive moment of pushing the button, when a bird is photographed,is very important.I transformed a few the position of the bird to emphasize the contrast between bird an background for maximize its detaching

    redtail

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    Re: redtail

    Thanks all for the very good advice, and the patience.... I am slow learner,gotta touch the stove 2 or 3 times .thanks Radu I wouldnt have thought of simply moving bird . that works great for me .

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