Red-Bearded Bee Eater
It's really strange the colours of this bird it doesn't look natural, in my country there is no bird with somany different colours. TFS.
- Finland_in_Eton (876)
- [2007-05-02 3:42]
Oh, what can I say? Beautiful colors !! Superb BG, the DOF is perfect. Great focus, details are stunning. Can you tell that I am well impressed? :-) TFS, Mish
- Raptorman (10388)
- [2007-05-02 3:45]
Hello Phil , excellent colors , good sharpness , TFS.
- joey (24909)
- [2007-05-02 3:48]
this is a very good shot with vivid colours and brilliant quality.
- Mazer (104)
- [2007-05-02 3:55]
what amazing colours. Good details, exposure appears to be spot on, stunning shot.
- AnimalExplorer (1997)
- [2007-05-02 4:00]
Excellent shot of the red bearded bee-eater, this is an amazing looking bird and you captured it perfectly. :)
- elefantino (14406)
- [2007-05-02 4:08]
Hey Phil, great sharpness on this shot!
The eye is amazing.
Lovely pose, compo and details.
- JORAPAVI (4643)
- [2007-05-02 5:06]
Con estos modelos, es mas fácil hacer bellas fotos. Saludos
- coasties (28054)
- [2007-05-02 6:40]
The plumage colours are stunning. This is one great looking bird. Congrats on a super image. :-)
- sandpiper2 (16757)
- [2007-05-02 7:56]
Spectacular shot of a spectacular bird. Amazing lens if this is an 80% crop as you say to Annick.
- jaycee (25460)
- [2007-05-02 12:30]
A beautiful shot of a beautiful bird. The colors are amazing. Wonderful details - he is so color coordinated with that yellow eye. Lovely pose and bg.
What a superb shot of this amazing lookig Bird, very nicely composed with a great pose and nice sharp detail, and as for the colours well they are just stunning. I think the bird should actually be called a Red Bearded, Yellow Tailed, Green Backed, Pink Headed, Blue eyed Bee Eater, the Malayasian Birdlife really is spmething special.
TFs Hilary :o)
- rousettus (19816)
- [2007-05-02 15:45]
Wonderful colours, superb BG, sharpness and shot great.
840mm focal length and a shutter speed of 1/125...tripod?
How far were you from the subject? Or put it in another way...does your flash light reached the subject?
You underexposed minus 2/3...why? Subject is under the leaves and thus into the shadows, shouldn't you overexpose instead; but it has to be said your bird shows vivid colours and certainly not underexposure. Maybe 800 iso plays a role in the latter.
Sorry for techtalk....but there were so many unusual things to assess technically.
- manyee (23770)
- [2007-05-03 1:54]
What a beauty, Phil.
The colors are just gorgeous.
Excellent details and POV.
I really like the bird's pose.
TFS. : )
- PeterZ (48618)
- [2007-05-08 11:27]
Another bird in a great pose. What a beautiful colours against the soft BG. Very sharp. A perfect DOF. Good composition.
- SelenE (13964)
- [2007-05-11 9:01]
Great shot of a very interesting bird. Colors, and composition is marvellous. Bravo and TFS