My first Sunbird shot


Status
Not open for further replies.

Falcon

Senior Member
Jan 18, 2002
2,768
0
0
40
At a neighbourhood park, SunPlaza Park.

 

airforce1

Active Member
Aug 18, 2003
2,350
0
36
You almost got it right. Well it is good shot to reflect its environment.

cheers
Abdul
 

Falcon

Senior Member
Jan 18, 2002
2,768
0
0
40
airforce1 said:
You almost got it right. Well it is good shot to reflect its environment.

cheers
Abdul
Thanks for the comment. :)
 

Kei

Moderator
Staff member
Jan 17, 2002
2,080
0
36
Nice lighting.

Would have prefer a landscape format to show more of the heliconia to the left. Keep shooting! :)
 

Falcon

Senior Member
Jan 18, 2002
2,768
0
0
40
Kei said:
Nice lighting.

Would have prefer a landscape format to show more of the heliconia to the left. Keep shooting! :)
Thanks Kei. There was a huge and disturbing leaf on the left so it was cropped off. Hope I will have another chance to shoot the sunbird at such close proximity again. :D
 

wheels

Senior Member
Nov 17, 2002
1,065
1
38
47
LONG KAO
photo.rogerdeng.com
It is a good shot. :thumbsup:

The shadow off the bottom part of the body is slightly distracting to me though. But still good shot cos I tried shooting these restless birds b4 and I know it is not easy. :D

Keep non-stop shooting !!! :D
 

Falcon

Senior Member
Jan 18, 2002
2,768
0
0
40
Thanks for the comments, guys. Your suggestions are noted. :)
 

ccplim

New Member
Jan 6, 2004
1,229
0
0
BN
www.avianwatchasia.org
Nice shot! What lens were you using?

Actually plan to go and get some this morning BUT IT RAINS!!! :angry: :cry:
 

Falcon

Senior Member
Jan 18, 2002
2,768
0
0
40
ccplim said:
Nice shot! What lens were you using?

Actually plan to go and get some this morning BUT IT RAINS!!! :angry: :cry:
"Leica Lens" :D Panasonic FZ10 at full optical zoom.
 

Status
Not open for further replies.