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Photographer  Jeroen Wenting {Karma:25317}
Project N/A Camera Model Nikon F100
Categories Wildlife
Nature
Film Format Film 35mm
Portfolio animals
Lens Sigma 170-500
Uploaded 2/5/2006 Film / Memory Type Fuji  Velvia
    ISO / Film Speed
Views 927 Shutter
Favorites Aperture f/6.8
Critiques 12 Rating Critique Only Image
Location City - 
State - 
Country - Netherlands   Netherlands
About common buzzard looking for a meal
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There are 12 Comments in 1 Pages
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Kerry Nobbs Kerry Nobbs   {K:2800} 3/2/2007
I like this very nicely shot good DOF and I like the natural. Focus is good. Animals are hard to get to cooperate. Kerry

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Marcus Armani Marcus Armani   {K:36599} 5/28/2006
Hi JT, Excellent capture of the Buzzard, I like the profile view, you captured a very proud look.. well done...

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Marilyn Nagy   {K:6008} 3/28/2006
Gorgeous shot. I like the lighting and nice detail captured. Beautiful bird. Marilyn

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Rashed Abdulla Rashed Abdulla   {K:163889} 2/18/2006
Iam very glad to see your image again today on this first page and I do understand that you are not of a great fun with photoshop and aim always for natural photography ,this is a very great aim and very great practise in to the real world of this media , you deserve all of the best for your continous assistant to all of the members who they come and ask for help on UF, you are very gentle ,quite and human ,all of the best my friend .

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Ina Nicolae Ina Nicolae   {K:44481} 2/7/2006
Hi Jeroen, first let me congratulate you for the front page feature! I'm happy to see my friend Ann Nida's critique as well. It's a great capture, and you had less than ideal lighting conditions, but wildlife doesn't always "pose" for us, so you get it when and where you can. I read through your comments, and I'm surprised that nobody took a photoshop attempt at your image. Your lens did a great job, in fact all the details of the feathers are preserved in there, you can always selectively lighten up the underexposed areas (overexposure loses the details, but underexposure is fine). Here's my attempt - I lassoed the underexposed areas and used curves and contrast, and added a semi-transparent frame to cut some of the foreground blur - I hope you don't mind - see attached picture. Best regards and congratulations, Ina

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Ron Wilson Ron Wilson   {K:18362} 2/6/2006
Very nice capture. Excellent bokeh.

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Roberto Arcari Farinetti Roberto Arcari Farinetti   {K:209486} 2/6/2006
hello.. a fine capture, is a sin that the face expression is dark ..
cheers
roby

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Rashed Abdulla Rashed Abdulla   {K:163889} 2/6/2006
Iam glad to see your image on the first page my friend with lovely captured , all of the best jt.

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Mary Sue Hayward   {K:17558} 2/5/2006
Nice bokeh, a bit soft and a little dark in the shadows like Steve said. Still, you did a good jobo considering it was handheld, and in catching him in a natural pose.

He may be a common buzzard, but his profile has a regal air to it.

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Ann Nida Ann Nida   {K:45248} 2/5/2006
Imageopolis Featured Photo Critique Great DOF used here. Even with that super sized lens I've found birds are so hard to capture as they move so fast. I think considering the light and how timid this type of bird normally is you've done a top job of getting this one. Some birds will sit there and almost pose for you while you take their photo. This isn't one of those. A very timid bird who flies away at first sense of danger and won't let anything get too close. Birds are not my forte so from where I'm sitting I think you've done well.

Thanks for dropping by my waterfall image. That image was intentionally tight. I have many of that same waterfall as it's my favourite. I've captured it in all sorts of variations.

Cheers - Ann :)

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Jeroen Wenting   {K:25317} 2/5/2006
It's a tad soft because 1) my lens isn't the best wide open and 2) I used it of necessity handheld ballancing it on the door of my car.
Light isn't the best, but you take what you can (light was from the right and slightly backlit).

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Steve Hennerley   {K:5776} 2/5/2006
Hi jeroen,

nicely composed with great dof - well done for getting the shot without spooking the bird.

The image looks a little soft and lacks contrast - though I am sure this is the fault of the scan rather othan the photograph.

It's a shame its face is in shadow though.

Steve

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