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Nigeyboy
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Message edited at 03/25/2014, 06:13:29 AM by Nigeyboy
Thank you in advance for any feedback on this one

 Mjóifjörður, Iceland 
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Wisconsinart
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Message posted at 03/26/2014, 06:22:41 AM by Wisconsinart
It's a snapshot worthy for stock. I wouldn't rank it high compared to the other images in your portfolio. Even if you adjusted colors, contrast, and brightness to make it pop, it's still going to be a snapshot. It's too generic and common to really stand out as a landscape image.
Nikon D800, D100, Canon G15

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Nigeyboy
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Message posted at 03/26/2014, 06:42:37 AM by Nigeyboy
Thanks :)
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Jctabb
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Message posted at 03/26/2014, 07:57:15 AM by Jctabb
I like it, but I question the framing. Something about it leaves me wondering what you cut out of the picture.


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Nigeyboy
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Message edited at 03/26/2014, 15:48:10 PM by Nigeyboy
 Bald Eagle 
Ok How about this one?
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Therealdarla
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Message posted at 03/27/2014, 09:15:02 AM by Therealdarla
Brighten up those highlight, and get the feathers WHITE rather than gray. It will be much more appealing. You must have everything else right, since it was accepted, but get that done, and this will be really special.
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Nigeyboy
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Message posted at 03/27/2014, 09:50:15 AM by Nigeyboy
Great - thanx for the feedback - have redone and re-uploaded...will post new version soon as approved!
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Message posted at 04/18/2014, 13:21:13 PM by Robinstockphotos
Check out the book "Birds as art" by Arthur Morris. The greatest book you can ever find to understand shooting techniques best and get all images perfect on-camera. Wildlife photography is usually the toughest as nothing is under control. So that books provides you with details on composition to post processing - everything. :)
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