Friday, October 26, 2012

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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16 comments:

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.

Terri @ Coloring Outside the Lines said...

Nice shots- I would say it's all in the eye of the beholder..I just love birds.

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

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.

sparkle100-havealook.blogspot.com said...

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!

JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

Lovely - just lovely.

Ahayes1225 said...

Great shots. I think I need a better lens.

Marco C. said...

great "splash's!!"

Spare Parts and Pics said...

These all look good/great to me!!

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!