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  • New Holland Honeyeater

    #1 - Look at the camera ...
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    #2 - Now lets have a side view ...
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    #3 - Now let's put it all on the line ...
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  • #2
    Sadly we don't have these in my area, though I do have quite a few shots of them.
    2nd shot is maybe the best of them in this lot going by what I see.
    Show it how it is and not how you want it to be.
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    • Isac
      Isac commented
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      Thanks Ralph. I liked the shot when it looked straight at me but side shots seem to be more popular.

  • #3
    #2 for me too Isac. All outstanding though. Good framing, clear view of the bird, good pose and colour and clean backgrounds. I'm usually not a fan of birds looking straight at the camera, the beak almost disappears and the eyes reduced, but this one is good. The wire in #3 is not an ideal perch, but still a quality shot. #2 just ticks all the boxes for me - even the clouds in the background are nicer than a plain sky.
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    • Isac
      Isac commented
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      Thanks Alan. Front on for a lot of birds is usually not as good as a side profile but this one does have a slight turn. Wires are never a good perch and sometimes I replace them with a branch, but after our deluges of constant rain, I noticed the line looked extremely clean!
      Thanks for your comments, your critical eye, knowledge and critique is always appreciated.