|Information sur la photo|
|Copyright: Phil Liew (A996sps)
|Date de prise de vue: 2007-10-27|
|Exposition: f/13.0, 1/250 secondes|
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|Versions: version originale|
|Date de soumission: 2007-10-31 2:37|
|[Ligne directrice - Note] Note du photographe|
|Pacific Swallow - Hirundo tahitica|
This bird is local and not to be mistaken for the very similar looking migrant barn swallows this time of the year that have a black necklace.
This shot was taken in the golden light of a setting sun. The bird was on a perch in an ex tin mining pool some 20m off hence the 2.0II extender used making it a whopping 1200mm. I had to pump up the ISO to be able to get the f stop down to f/13 otherwise the picture would have been too soft. The perch was moving in the wind ever so slightly hence a faster shutter speed than I would normally have preferred.
1D Mk3 + 600mm + 2.0 II ext (1/250s f/13.0 ISO 1250 ev +1/3)
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- [2007-10-31 3:14]
Bravo pour cette belle composition,Les détails sont extras.
- [2007-10-31 3:49]
Focus, sharpness, lighting, clarity, background, colors, pose you captured and composition are very good. I liked the catchlight in the eye.
Excellent one, Phil.
Do like it especially in terms of compo, perching, background, pose...
This is a very good shot, Phil!
The light is brightening his chest and his eye! Wonderful details and colours! Excellent composition!
Thank you for the notes!
- [2007-10-31 6:19]
Fantastic pose..Details are awesome..