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falcons are very slender while this one here seems to be really well built,
furthermore, the position of his head and beak
makes me feel like he's going to peck Your lens right away
I find this capture very creative,
however I do wonder how it looks in colour...
and I do believe that the shot would benefit much from a colorful scheme,
although it's very interesting how it is now
I honestly don't remember what it looks like in color anymore! But thank you for your input! I appreciate it!
(Side-note: I wonder, have you any photos focusing on the feet/talons/claws of the birds? I personally think that could turn out to be really interesting.)
I have a tough time with focusing well with that lens when I am that close. I sometimes end up getting too close without realizing it until after I take a few shots and look at them close enough. I struggle sometimes with getting new and interesting photos of the birds. I have tons of photos of him straight on. But after a while, everything just sorta starts to look the same to me.
I have thought about that before, haven't in a while though. It's a great thought! I will have to see what I can do!
Again, thank you! Glad you liked my photo!
I'm looking forward to seeing more of your bird shots soon!
Thanks, there will be more for sure!
So cute!!! Does your sister have a Tumblr? I saw this picture on the peregrine falcon tag on Tumblr and the blog owner wrote something like "This is Finn and peregrine falcon that my sister works with" promoting your Facebook page and stuff, and I was like "OMG I know EdgedFeather!" in my head. Haha.