Muhammed Rafeek, BPSA  

White-throated Laughing Thrush by Muhammed Rafeek, BPSA

March 2020 - White-throated Laughing Thrush

About the Image(s)

Specs :- Nikon D850 with Nikkor 500 mm 5.6 PF , f 5.6 , 1/800s, ISO 800

Location :- Sattal, Northern India, Hiamalayan Valleys

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4 comments posted

Janice Rosner   Janice Rosner
Exposure seems appropriate, color is good on the birds, I like how the background is darker. On my monitor, the bird on the left is quite sharp while the bird on the right is softer. I wonder if more DoF would have helped this? It's an interesting image as it seems to me like they are interacting though I don't know about what. In my opinion, the bright square of light on the left bird is distracting and detracts from the bird's appearance. Perhaps using a diffuser could have eliminated this. I need more information as to the intent of this image, etc.
  Posted: 03/05/2020 19:13:52

Angela Bonner   Angela Bonner
(Group 81)
Outstanding!!! Love the light and interaction between the two birds. My first impression was that is was an adult with a youngster but not too sure!! Well done.   Posted: 03/08/2020 12:44:23

Walter Swett   Walter Swett
Nice image. I really like how you captured the interaction of the birds. They seem to be communicating with each other. I like the colors and textures and think the sharpness is excellent as can be seen in the eyes of the birds. Although I like the lighting as is, I wonder if the branch the birds are on should be toned down just a little?

Overall, I think this is a great image.   Posted: 03/17/2020 08:31:55

Kerry McFarlane
Great image, love the interaction between the two birds. The colour and sharpness in the image is good, the dark background makes the birds really pop   Posted: 03/23/2020 00:42:46