|Auteursrechten: Piot SK (PiotrSk) (42)|
|Datum Opname: 2011-04-23|
|Belichting: f/2.8, 1/750 Seconden|
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|Fotoversie: Originele versie, Workshop|
|Datum inzending: 2011-04-24 9:02|
|[Richtlijnen voor opmerkingen] Opmerking van de fotograaf|
|The European Starling, Common Starling or just Starling (Sturnus vulgaris) is a passerine bird in the family Sturnidae.|
This species of starling is native to most of temperate Europe and western Asia. It is resident in southern and western Europe and southwestern Asia, while northeastern populations migrate south and west in winter to these regions, and also further south to areas where it does not breed in Iberia and north Africa. It has also been introduced to Australia, New Zealand, North America, and South Africa.
Exposure Time: 1/750 sec
ISO Speed Ratings: 200
Focal Length: 200 mm
*conversion from the RAW format on JPG
*resized for TN
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Cool shot against the light, very creative
Nice capture. I guess the original shot was even brilliant. Yet, while lowering size and quality for TN, keep in mind that details are lost. This is especially thrue when the whole picture is very dark or bright. Even thought the brightness you have chosen was right for the original shot, I guess that for the smaller version you need to make the pic brighter.
2 - i might have convert it to a 4/3 format as the irrevelant area on the left is very large (you do need to un-center the subject but you need to balance right and left).
3 - In all countries where we read from left to right, professionels are use to do a horizontal flip so that the bird will face the right.
Szpak jest doskonale ostry ale uzyles maksymalej wielkosci f i glebia ostrosci jest bardzo mala. Poza tym ptak jest zbyt ciemny.