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| p.3 #9 · Cardinals, Wablers and Friends (6) |
Karl Witt wrote:
Everytime you post I feel I have taken two steps backward, you make it look easy Socrate
Ok, I will admit I am not the greatest fan of super close head shots, it just doesn't have the feel overall that I really like but I can certainly respect the accuracy in recording and presenting these images and yours have that special 'portal to the soul' so well opened to enjoy
So #2 is just super sweet in my eyes Socrate, character, color, light, pose and enough environment to make it a treat as if I had walked up on this offering in the woods. Nothing easy about making that yellow look that good, this one is special and WB is top notch as is the presentation.
#3 also is just right, nice balance in the eye to grab attention but not to overpower the image, I like the pose too, excellent image again sir!
Of the tight shots #5 is my pick, I like how the bird presented itself and this is just crazy with sweet detail and nice lighting, wonderful I say
OK, back to the drawing board again for me.............
The name of the game is: "Fill the frame and beyond" I think portrait of animals have a built in personality and easily convey a message about the subject.
However, what makes photography great is the fact that everybody can share their own style and each one can still get his/her message across or at least try.
I really appreciate your detail comments, Karl. The yellow in the second shot is a pain you know where Most of the time it is really hard to pull some detail out of it.