Good/Great vs. Bad/Poor

What do photographers hope to achieve when they photograph a bird or birds?

  • What results qualify a photo as being poor in quality?
  • What results qualify a photo as being good photo?










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Stephen Hayes said…
I imagine the goal is to capture the essence of the bird(s) in a unique and interesting way.
Gillian Olson said…
Love the bird bath picture. I just love to watch the birds.
Betsy Brock said…
with as fast as they move, my main goal is to capture them in focus! lol....
TexWisGirl said…
cute. i like the glint in the eye and lighting on the 3rd. wonderful. :)
Andy said…
The last few days I have been seeing lots of robins. I guess as long as there's food they will take their time moving south.
Nice shots- I would say it's all in the eye of the beholder..I just love birds.
Are those first 3 pine siskins? I'd say you captured them all wonderfully! I always go for focus first and then hope to capture them doing something fun or unusual.
Our Robins went last weekend in my area.

love your pictures and the birdfeeders.
Daniel LaFrance said…
Yes, Pine Siskins! You have a great eye for identifying birds.
Hilary said…
I think you answered your own questions with these wonderful images. Beautiful captures, one and all.
Robyn said…
Neat bird captures. So, many details and colors. Beautiful!
Ahayes1225 said…
Great shots. I think I need a better lens.
Madge Bloom said…
Birds can be hard to photograph, they move quickly, but you've captured this little sparrow beautifully! Thank you for sharing on Weekly Top Shot #54!

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