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Author 'Amateur' A voir (Id 68661 ) : Today I offer you this red ibis, obviously there is an end of branch at the level of the bird, but I don't really like to watermark my photos, so it will be with the branch



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> La cri [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Apr 09, 2013
The color is sensational !!! The sharpness also... Thank you for this superb shot, for me they are PERFECT !
 
> Francis-Sisco [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Dec 27, 2011
We will do with the branch as you suggested
The sharpness is at the top
 
> Evie [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply May 04, 2009
Too bad for those classes! I find there, in her words, this very beautiful bird beak 'branched' (it does not exist? Too bad, j'invente!), An infinite gentleness in his eye blue with a discreet reminder the floutage, exceptional color is clear on these shades where there is a 'shift' of light that follows the shape of the beak is very very nice !!... (um, note to the 'good' touch: I do not deny the good work accomplished, but frankly I prefer a morass of smaller branches which shrinks under the bird).
 
> Serge >Reply Oct 31, 2008
The ibis is beautiful in its color orange, very bright. Serge.
 
> Nenfer13 [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Sep 12, 2008
It is true that it is a very beautiful photo, well framed and the bird is well net. But when even me also I have erased those branches which are not very aesthetic, and which spoil a bit the final render. But I'd settle even like that if I had done it myself, not knowing how to edit.
 
> Jasmin [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Sep 05, 2008
Superb sharpness for this beautiful red ibis who deserves it stamps the top of the right branch, which seems to support the spout in order to release it. Apart from this detail, this is a photo superb.
 
> Jean-Luc F. >Reply Sep 05, 2008
Forget the slingshot giant, and admire this bird extraordinary colors gorgeous and eye extra
 
> Le fan belfortain [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Sep 05, 2008
This 'red Ibis' (Eudocimus ruber) is impressive with its long curved beak, his eye very vigilant and to its bright color. The branches in the least, it would be better to have been part of the decor. Beautiful bird : bravo and thank you.
 
> Royer.daniel [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Sep 05, 2008
Beautiful bird, good sharpness, I would have just decreased the top of the branch under the beak.
 
> D.marsim [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Sep 05, 2008
I agree with those who find that the branches have had to be watermarked. The bird slice remarkably well on this depth-of-field multicolor.
 
> Nicole.barberon [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Sep 05, 2008
It is very beautiful this red ibis with a beautiful look. This is a superb photo, very sharp. Bravo.
 
> Domi [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Sep 05, 2008
Your ibis is beautiful, it has a beautiful eye clean, but like the branches that are superfluous.
 
> Lumixane [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Sep 05, 2008
Superb but a stamp would still be well-arranged things... I watch the edits...
 
> Le Fada de Marseille [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Sep 05, 2008
The red ibis (Eudocimus ruber) is found to the south, Venezuela to the south-east of Brazil. It frequents the mouths of rivers or coastal marshes. Its coloration is due to its diet, mainly small crustaceans (shrimp and crabs from mangrove), containing carotenoids. It is a protected species. The red ibis is the national emblem of the republic of Trinidad and Tobago. Good photo animal, natural and clear.
 
> Guylaine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Sep 05, 2008
To my great shame I do not know this wonderful bird, what a wonderful color, it a. The branch's upsetting but it gets better. The photo is still very nice.
 
> Hiris >Reply Sep 05, 2008
Certainly, when it is possible, I prefer not to 'watermark' my photos. However, in some cases, I still believe that this enhances the visual quality of the shooting. So it seems to me that your choice not to change it depreciates really this photo. The branch (under the beak of the bird) seems to make him a guardian, and it's not very nice. Especially that in this place, the blurring was so simple to make. As for me, I would have most appreciated your photo (because the gaze of the bird is beautiful) the same with the branch to the left. I tamponnerai for me if I want to put it in the bottom of the screen.

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> Odon [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Sep 04, 2008
A beautiful red ibis that you present us, well net, shame about the branch but I am sure that some stipple are going to tackle the stain
 
> Harmony >Reply Sep 04, 2008
A big bravo for the sharpness of the ibis. Eye beautiful blue, but even if you don't like dab, I would prefer it without the branches !
 
> Senior [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Sep 04, 2008
Beautiful image of the red ibis, clean, shame not to have it stamp the branch.
 
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