Go big or go home !!
- softflower (0)
- [2005-07-27 4:26]
Very nice capture !
It's the time of lunch for this bird.
- sway (1276)
- [2005-07-27 4:31]
Nice shot Erich.
The seagull is either very hungry or greedy.
Great composition. Your fast shutter speed has stopped the water, love the water droplets.
- cafecrem (9248)
- [2005-07-27 4:53]
What a strange scene!!!!
You captured this moment very interesting but... I'm affraid a little of this photo :-))))
- coasties (28054)
- [2005-07-27 5:19]
Ha Ha.. he has a feast ahead! Yum yum... but only if you are a seagull. Well seen. Good low POV, excellent catchlight in the eye, nicely presented, the water splashes are superb, but unfortunately, the focus is a bit soft. Other than that.. great work. Thanks.
- Janice (18832)
- [2005-07-27 6:06]
Well captured Erich, they'll eat anything and they are always hungry! Good POV shot on his level. The water action looks great. Well done.
- electra (679)
- [2005-07-27 7:45]
this is an big meal for the bird. Very interesting scene. Good job.
- ninadev (438)
- [2005-07-27 12:52]
A fine shot of this unusual scene... Love the splashing water and the diagonal composition.
I think that a little tweek of PS to sharpen the seagull, at least its head, would be nice .
- chouette (3024)
- [2005-07-27 21:47]
Great shot! Looks like it's going to have a big fiesta ;-) Nice composition and DOF. Good details of the gull and splashing water. Interesting scene. TFS
Very nice actionshot. The picture is a bit soft. You must have a look a the sharpness setting on the 20D, it must be on +2 to be the same sharpness as the 300D. Either that or you must sharpen more. Did you have a 300D before as I did? I initially had a problem with that. Otherwise it is a fantastic picture.
Great action. One of the things I love the most about nature photography is catching water and mud splashes like you have here.
I might have aledt a bit more space to left and right of the image to include the tip of the gull's tail and more of the "meal". I am about to post a workshop dealing with the sharpness aspect. Have also commented on Jan Hendrik's WS. Hope you like it. Cheers, Rob