Mark Elder, Brown Parrot
(Digital - Advanced)
Interest: 5.5 Composition: 5 Technique: 5.5 Total: 16
Exposure: ISO:500 f/6 1/2500 636 mm (35mm equivalent)
- This is a nice attempt at photographing a bird. A couple of things the maker may want to consider. As a rule of thumb, it's a good idea for the photographer to leave space for the animal to move into. Giving the parrot more space on the right side of the frame would be helpful. While the parrot's eye is fairly sharp, there very little definition in the bird's feathers on its neck and chest. There is also considerable digital noise throughout the frame.
- stunning bird. Poorly posotioned in the frame. Needs more room in front of the bird. Focus is off as the grasses behind the parrot are in focus bith the eye and head are not
- Brown tones _ through out this image is a good touch adds to the birds look. Composition needs a little work. Focus is fair. _
- Excellent sharpness & color on the parrot. He's a bit too far to the right in the frame, re-crop if possible to add more space on the right & delete some space on the left. Consider darkening grass in center background which seems too bright.