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  • #1518
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    D. Williams
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    #1520
    Profile photo of meg cumming
    meg cumming
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    Love this image Miss D. Can I ask is the bottom section ,the last half inch as dark on your screen as it is on the website? Because it looks so dark that you could have trimmed it a little. The library computer is showing it up really dark have a look and see. Its such a beautiful image. I’m jealous!

    #1521
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    D. Williams
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    Thanks Meg.  It is quite dark at this size andI get your point.  It could possibly stand a little trim of the bottom.  There is more definition down there when viewed larger though … but not a lot.  I took this years ago.

    #1551
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    Ian McNab
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    [NB I’ve created a new topic for all the subsequent posts that were not about D’s photo.  (The new topic is called ‘Chimps’ as it starts with Pete’s photo of same!) ]

    Love the rich colour and textures of the peacock, D.  I guess having the exposure a bit on the lower side helps enhance the intensity of the colour.

    #1552
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    D. Williams
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    Thanks Ian.  I took this a long time ago with a bridge camera.  The Minolta Dimage A2 was one of the first digitals with anti-shake but only about 8mp. They was a huge fuss about them when released.  Unfortunately I don’t think it is sharp enough for competition which is a shame as I love the colours and pose/angle of the peacock.  Ah well!

    #1559
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    Peter Robinson
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    I like the composition and perspective of the peacock shot Miss D. Like Mac says it is a shade to bright and contrasty for me. but it looks pretty sharp. Smile for the birdy!

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