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lousat Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 5900 W: 89 N: 15009] (62969) [2018-02-18 2:42]

Hi Srikumar,i agree with you about what you think about the light,this one is perfect,especially for "dark" birds like that,while for me is a but difficult to manage for a white heron. So,the pic is amazing,what a pose,what a colors and what a sharpness too till on the grass,well done! Have a nice Sunday and thanks,Luciano

Hotelcalifornia Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1400 W: 17 N: 2037] (13478) [2018-02-17 12:28]

👋 Hello Laszlo,

Again neighbour tonight 🕺 after a long time ☺

Beautiful picture ☺. Cloud 🌥 looks like cap here ☺. Quite well details and 👌 well exposure.

🎊 Congratulation for your 100th pictures in Ireland 🇮🇪

Thanks for sharing your work with us 😊
Regards and have a nice weekend 🙂
Srikumar

Hormon_Manyer Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1426 W: 304 N: 2478] (9527) [2018-02-17 12:07]

Hi Jose,
Powerful shot, beautiful macro with the young flower covered with waterdrops. Not only the crocus, but the background is emphatic, too, with the bent branch and the warm lights. Absolutely unique image, and very pleasant to look at. Bravo!
Kind regards from Ireland, László

Hormon_Manyer Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1426 W: 304 N: 2478] (9527) [2018-02-17 11:53]

Hi Marine,
Nicely composed shot, the fly's position is semi-diagonal, which immediately helps to sell the image to the viewer. The petals greatly frame the insect. There are 2 minor issues to fix in my opinion, firstly the colors are a very little bit in cyan direction - this may easily be fixed with adjusting the white balance in your photo editing software. Secondly, focus is a little soft, probably due to re-sizing - a selective sharpening on the insect's body is the solution. I love your exposure (no blown out parts, although you used flash and rather wide aperture), however, why on Earth did you need red-eye reduction mode for this photo?
Kind regards from Ireland, László

Hormon_Manyer Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1426 W: 304 N: 2478] (9527) [2018-02-17 11:38]

Hi Peter,
I'm very glad you're posting again, and as you said, you'll visit the site more regularly. At the same time, thank you very much for visiting my gallery, and for your nice words. Your photo's fantastic, with proper exposure, beautiful colors and perfect sharpness on both the caterpillar and the greenery. Background, although a little bit overexposed, is very interesting also, with various layers of the faraway mountains. The overexposion even helps to isolate the main subject and to gain all the viewer's attention on it. A masterpiece! Bravo!
Kind regards from Ireland, László

ramthakur Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 4299 W: 231 N: 13921] (55993) [2018-02-17 5:06]

Interesting species of fungi, Hasan.
Ram

Hormon_Manyer Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1426 W: 304 N: 2478] (9527) [2018-02-17 4:56]

Hi Dietrich,
Wonderful species and photo, plus nice dedication to Luciano. You captured the bright orange tone perfectly, and the focus was on the closer wing, a little under the top, so we get perfect sharpness on almost the whole outer side of the left wing. Nice shot, congratulations!
Kind regards from Ireland, László

Hormon_Manyer Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1426 W: 304 N: 2478] (9527) [2018-02-17 4:46]

Hi Luciano,
Congratulations for finding (and posting) the first butterfly of the year, I didn't expect it may happen now. In Hungary we have 70 centimetres of snow in the mountains (which is very much there), meanwhile in Ireland there are the usual, rainy, plus 4-5 degrees winter conditions (if we can call it "winter" in the land of eternal spring and autumn). So, I'm really surprised and happy that in Italy butterflies, at least a few, finished their hybernation season. Great photo, not only due to its uniqueness, but also due to the nice composition and the great color contrast between the bright red of the wings and the rather dull background. Lovely shot, bravo!
Kind regards from Ireland, László

Hormon_Manyer Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1426 W: 304 N: 2478] (9527) [2018-02-17 4:34]

Hi Asbed,
Beautiful action photo in your unmistakable style. Very spectacular pose (and timing as you managed to freeze the action into the image), the gull's forming a nice V, really lovely. Great lights, colors as well. I can also imagine a tighter crop, on both sides and at the bottom also, just with the bird and some of the branches only. But your choice is great, too, the image's pleasant to look at. Elegant work!
Kind regards from Ireland, László

Hormon_Manyer Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1426 W: 304 N: 2478] (9527) [2018-02-17 4:24]

Hi Sri,
Nice capture. The ruffled feathers seem like the bird just had a bath, in water or dust. ☺ Lights, colors, background are superb, as well as the composition. Probably the focus was on the bird's head as the plumage on their back is a little unsharp. Otherwise an excellent photo.
Kind regards from Ireland, László