diamonds and pearls
- Active (1231)
- [2005-11-13 12:48]
Welcome on TN :))) wish you all the best here :)
I like the idea of photo. The waterdrops looks great on a swan but display frame isn`t good. It`s a pitty that you cut the swan`s head :( Anyway sharpness is good that`s why I will point this picture :)
You start wiht a nice picture of a beautiful Mute swan.
I like the colours and the POV(Point Of View).
The droplets are nice bonus.
Pity you cut the top of the head.
I did a WS with another crop.
Welcome to TN.
- Xplorator (7719)
- [2005-11-13 15:14]
The Marylin Monroe of anserines, is it, Reina ? Good capture, not perfect but good capture.
- wishnugaruda (19361)
- [2005-11-13 15:44]
this is a wonderful shot. You had great light and I love the drops, they are glittering, very nice. Sharpness is excellent. Very good work.
A warm welcome here on TN. Have a great time.
Bye and greetings
Sabine - wishnugaruda
- glazzaro (4605)
- [2005-11-13 17:45]
A superb close up, excellent eye detail, well exposed whites, and good detail. This is a well composed shot.
Excellent capture,like the tight cropped...
- livios (16942)
- [2005-11-14 13:19]
Reina, this was a great debut.
Welcome to TN.
I like pose and pov in your shot.
Great droplets and exposure.
- liquidsunshine (5437)
- [2005-11-14 15:01]
Welcome to TN Reina,
Very good detail, sharpness and exposure is spot on.
The POV is good as is the look of the swan.
Thanks for posting, have a good week.
I look forward to viewing more of your posts.
- dew77 (13270)
- [2005-11-19 7:15]
Welcome on TN;)Very nice first post.I liked POV,details(especially waterdrops on white feathers),sharpness,DOF and composition a lot.Very well done!Thanks for sharing....:-)
- extramundi (13168)
- [2005-11-19 15:46]
Nice shot to beging with.
I also like Gert´s workshop. If you want to get that "but still..." out of your note, you have arrived to the right place :)
Welcome and thanks for posting.
- Robespierre (1424)
- [2005-12-03 16:48]
If this is your first lucky shot... Hopefully there are follwing a lot more of these luckies.
Rasor sharp, fresh colours and a nice compo.
To my opinion the "tatoo" on the snail is disturbing the picture a bit. But mostly this kind of things you will detect when you are back home, isn't it?
Overall, a nice animal portrait, well done!