Robin in the snow
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|Un oiseau très familier sur la plupart de l'Amérique du Nord, courir et sauter sur les pelouses avec la position debout, souvent nicher sur les porches et les appuis de fenêtre. Riche chants de The Robin est parmi les premiers chants |
d'oiseaux entendus à l'aube au printemps et à l'été, commençant souvent juste avant la première lumière. En automne et en hiver, les merles peuvent se réunir par centaines dans les troupeaux itinérants, concentrant les sources de
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Hello Muhammad! Fine bird. Fibe scenery and background. Nice picture. Good effect. Well done!
PS. I was problem with TL too.
A clever low angle POV against a good bokeh. A slight loss of detail on its face however a great take.
I've had a look at the camera settings you used and I have a couple of suggestions. The first is the exposure, you used matrix or pattern metering. This has caused the camera to evaluate the whole scene and adjust the exposure accordingly, and, because of the white snow has under exposed the bird. So the bird is quite dark. Perhaps you should have spot metered on the bird. Secondly you had a focal length of 300mm and a shutter speed of 1/160sec. This has caused some camera shake. You should have used a shutter speed of faster than 1/300sec.
Having said that, good composition and a nice catchlight in the eye.
Nice robin hood.