Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Birds' started by warren, Sep 9, 2005.
not the best lighting but i thought the pose was interesting.
Actually the lighting is fine, it is just underexposed. That is an interesting pose and not one I have seen before.
you are right that shot was underexposed. thanks
I just saw a similar pose last week. The first few pics in This Gallery have a goose doing a similar stretch (or whatever). It was the first time I had ever seen them do that.
Try a little D-Lighting on your pic. I bet that would bring up the highlights quite well. Under exposing on something that white and textured can usually see a benefit from D-Lighting. (In Nikon Capture. Use the "Better Quality" option.)
i figured it was some type of scratching. i am not sure if that is typical behavior for them.
I took the liberty of running two of your images through Nikon Capture D-Lighting and added some color and USM. Hope you don't mind.
D-Lighting isn't something to rely on, but it is a good tool for saving under exposed images.
Focus on the eyes (or head/bill, etc.) and try to get a bit more DOF. This is not easy to do - trust me! Some of the guys here make it look easy, and it may be easy for some of them. But for a lot of us, it's a lot like work!
You have some fine subjects here.
i like them much better. i do not always have the patience to run PS. thanks
Please consider disabling your ad blocker for our website.
We rely on ad revenue to pay for image hosting and to keep the site speedy.
Or subscribe for $5 per year to remove all ads and support our efforts.