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Ransom


Registered: May 2007
Location: Just West of the Pond in SC
Posts: 109
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Taken on the Campus of Furman University..What a Grab Shot!!!


Date: Sat May 12, 2007
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zander

Registered: May 2007
Location: UK
Posts: 117
Sat May 12, 2007 09:01 Rating: 5.00 

Interesting shot of the geese. Not the kind of thing you see all the time. Might look good as a letterbox crop.

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Dayo

Registered: April 2007
Location: Bahrain
Posts: 447
Sat May 12, 2007 16:27 Rating: 5.00 

You have caught an interesting moment and it is really funny how the three birds in the air are mirrored by three in the water.


I agree with the previous comment that cropping the top part off a bit should improve the composition. I find that the water fowl shots I like tend to be taken from a low angle where the shooter is probably in the water or lying down at the bank. Not sure if either was an option for you lol.


The exposure is a touch too high and I think it will benefit from being darkened a smidgen.


Well done on getting the shot in the first place though.
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Ned

Registered: April 2007
Posts: 47
Tue May 15, 2007 20:01

interesting .. i think that required a fast reaction from you and sharp eyes in the first place Wink well done.


i like the warm light. and for me the composition works well as the geese fall on the horizontal bottom third of the frame and the water/land line on the top thrid.



the exposure looks fine on my screen.
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