Geese, Geese, and More Geese! - Version II

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Geese, Geese, and More Geese! - Version II

Uploaded: November 22, 2004

Description

Some Canada Geese coming in for a landing with a flock of Snow Geese passing in the background; Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge, New Mexico; f 7.0 1/500s @ 70.00mm with 1/7x tele extender; Cropped to panoramic and enhanced in Photoshop, background blurred for version II; Honest Feedback Greatly Appreciated

Comments

Pamela K November 22, 2004

Here's a link to the original version which was not submitted to the contest.

Geese, Geese, and More Geese

Pam #190711

Jane Summa November 22, 2004

Hi Pamela..This is a great capture and your work on this is well done..I like both versions but if I had to choose I think I like the 1st one the best..To me the other one has more clarity and deeper colors. That's only my opinion and I for one am not an expert. This image caught my eye and your effects worked well!!!! #932647

Dan Holm level-classic November 22, 2004

Tremendous capture, Pamela!!! #932673

Janet L. Skinner November 23, 2004

WOW, Pamela, this is great!! #932818

Janet Detota November 23, 2004

Awesome capture, Pam!! The DOF is great! #933182

Pamela K November 23, 2004

Thank you, Jane, Dan, Janet, and Janet!!!! I appreciate all your feedback!

Jane, thank you for your comments. I liked the original too, but thought that the background was a little distracting from the Canada Geese in the foreground. Maybe I'll try a different combination of blurring and lightening to try to preserve the colors while bringing the Canada geese out of the background.

Pam #933424


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