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Thread: Weekly Critique Thread: April 17 - 23 - Closed

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    Weekly Critique Thread: April 17 - 23 - Closed

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    D5100 | 200mm | f/8 | 1/250th | ISO 100
    Great kiskadee. Really loud fella, makes for a lousy neighbor.

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    I really like the simple elegance of this. Even if the wee bird wasn’t there it would have been a nice architecture shot but the bird makes the photo all its own.
    The cool white balance works as well, is that as it was shot or did you tweak it during PP?

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    Thanks! White balance is as shot. Took the picture during the late afternoon, with pretty clear, deep blue skies – a lot of blue seeps into the shades.
    We’re well into autumn down here, so I felt the colder tone also fits the mood.

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    Nikon D610
    Nikkor 16-35mm
    ISO 400

    Went back to the skatepark to try and get some better photos, and attempting to learn from the mistakes I made first time around. turns out some of the best skateboarders in Perth were there that day and it was a hell of a lot of fun!
    Not 100% sure why I didn’t notice the ISO was at 400 ended up adjusting settings around that it seems. Oh and if anyone’s favourite part of the photo is the same as mine I’ll be very impressed.

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