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Erithacus Rubecula 2

Erithacus Rubecula 2
Copyright ©2007, Christopher Manison
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Photograped at Kingsbury Water Park, Warwickshire UK. This was taken very late on in the afternoon, hence the long shadows. Went for the square format as it allowed me to leave in the twig casting the shadow and to put the birds eye on a ROT point.

Photographer: Christopher Manison
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Uploaded: 08-Feb-2007 22:57 CET
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Camera: Olympus E500
Exposure time: 1/400
Aperture: 5.6
Focal length: 566
Lens: 50 - 200 Zuiko + EC14
Focusing method: Manual
ISO: 200
White balance: Auto
Flash: no
Image format: RAW
Processing applied: Spot metered. PS2 - Curves, sharpened a little and cropped
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Image resized to: 696x700

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Robin

Christopher,

Lovely, sharp shot with great detail. how far away were you?
I am fully aware of the effort you have put into getting this shot'

Regards: Peter

Peter French at 22:26 CET on 09-Feb-2007 [Reply]

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Peter,

Many thans for the comments. I suppose I was no more than 10 - 12 feet away, and almost at eye level. Originally the image was landscape format, but the centre section you see is the size it came out of the cam. Because the sun was so low, i had to do some post processing to get more detail from the shadowed area of the head. I am new to bird photography and using new equipment so its all a bit of a learning curve. The trouble is I tend to be super critical of my own work and therby end up with lots of images that dont quite make the grade - But that's the nature of the beast I suppose.

regards Chris Manison

Christopher Manison at 11:53 CET on 10-Feb-2007 [Reply]

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Wow Christopher .. a very nice shot, very sharpen. I love the colors and the twig shadow, Best regards,
Ricardo

Ricardo Rico at 01:19 CET on 11-Feb-2007 [Reply]