Bird Park - Foz do Iguaçu

RAWFA

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NEX-5N with 70-300mm macro

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Dioptrick

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I like the last photo (no. 9)... he is the Chief :eek:

It is obviously the same bird in photo no. 8 but you rotated it 90 degrees counter-clockwise? This is clever because it makes the composition more striking.

What is your ISO?
 

RAWFA

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Thanks, guys.

The iso was usually between 400 and 800 so that I could keep the shutter up...Sony has to come up with a fast tele.
 

Jin Han

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pictures are nice :)
but
1.way too saturated
2. very noisy ( could have accidentally pulled out the noise when u adjusted the saturation)
3. too high contrast

recommendation: chill on the PP, aim for more natural look

just my 2 cents, ignore my ramblings :)
 

RAWFA

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In painting there is a vast option of inks, paints, oils, styles, looks and this never allowed me to understand why photographers are so uptight about getting a "realistic" look. Most painters capture THEIR reality instead of an exact replica of what they are seeing. In cases of some portraits it´s even tacky to have a perfect replica of a persons face painted.
Anyway, this is MY reality.

On a technical not I´ve decreased saturation 20% (I NEVER increase saturation). The photos are noisy because I sometimes had to go up to iso 800 to increase shutter speed on account of the tele being slow.
 
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