Jasdg

17 Jan 2007 469 views
 
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Birds

On this image I would like to receive commentaries
on the convenience, or no, to practically stump all
the photography, except the main object.
The result is good thus or had been better
to show all the set. I ask it because not if completely
I am satisfied with the obtained thing.
It is taken from the balcony of my house towards
one from the trees that I have to my reach.
Thanks to comment.
 
Photographic Point - Sant Feliu de Llobregat, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain

Birds

On this image I would like to receive commentaries
on the convenience, or no, to practically stump all
the photography, except the main object.
The result is good thus or had been better
to show all the set. I ask it because not if completely
I am satisfied with the obtained thing.
It is taken from the balcony of my house towards
one from the trees that I have to my reach.
Thanks to comment.
 
Photographic Point - Sant Feliu de Llobregat, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain

comments (6)

  • Abi
  • 17 Jan 2007, 11:10
it is mysterious but doesn't quite work for me...not natural...nice attempt though
Jose Angel Saez-Diez (Jasdg): Yes, it is certain, you are all the right. The original one in spite of having great resistances of colors it needed something, but I see that I have not known to find it. Thanks for critical you, Abi
great processing.
Jose Angel Saez-Diez (Jasdg): Merci, Chantal! ;-)
Si hubieses la hubieses dejado sin procesar el pájaro estaría camuflado con el entorno. Es una buena forma de centrar la atención en el subject.
Jose Angel Saez-Diez (Jasdg): Si, eso es lo que intenté, pero como dicen algunos se ve muy poco natural :-(
  • Louis
  • 17 Jan 2007, 14:27
Using circular blur to isolate the main subject - no, i don't think it works in a general shot like this, and definitely not when the main subject is so small.

If you want to put emphasis on the main subject, it would be better to enlarge through cropping.

I believe that the circular blur is more of use when you want to create artificial DOF in a portrait to soften it up. Like when you want the newly married couple to appear more romantic.

As in everything else - it is just my opinion and no fixed rule.
Jose Angel Saez-Diez (Jasdg): Louis, I think that you are much right in which you say, and you I thank for it. The critic is constructive and it will surely help me to improve in this one and other images. It tell me a thing… What is to enlarge through cropping? How it is made?
  • jelb
  • France
  • 17 Jan 2007, 15:46
Bonjour,
Well done photos on your blog! Very beautiful seascapes! Bravo!
Jose Angel Saez-Diez (Jasdg): Merci Jelb. I am glad that you have liked and thanks for you visit
  • Ellie
  • England
  • 17 Jan 2007, 22:38
Like a picture through a telescope.

I wonder if it would work better if the blurred area was in b/w?
Jose Angel Saez-Diez (Jasdg): Ellie thanks to stop you. I have tested on this and I believe that it is not well as you say. Following the commentaries, mainly of Ellie, I have chosen to raise a version without stumping tomorrow.

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