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Hi Dominic, personally i would like to see the bunny more central and a little more depth of field, good start though.
I think it's a good shot, but maybe the background could be better. It's kind of half light and half dark as it is. You could experiment with a more uniform background. As the bunny is light maybe a darker background would look better. Maybe getting it to stay still long enough is the real challenge!!
The background is a bit messy but you probably have the same problem as I have in getting the animal (kitten in my case) to stay still enough to focus, never mind what is in the background! Didn't realise bunnies had such big whiskers! Has he/she got a name?
nice bunny unfortunately I have to agree with the others on the background which does detract somewhat from the pic.
as said a cleaner background it would have been a great shot but picturing animals is not easy. (3 dogs and still don't have a good pic of 1 of the 3 after 10 years)
Hi Dom, welcome to the 52 I`m sure you will get better with each image you take. On your rabbit shot I would of had it bang in the middle, but as you are learning well done and welcome to Fuji. If I can find my old X-T20 TIPS and TRICKS book you can have it.
I agree with Dave that it should have been in the middle as it would have made the whiskers spread nicely across the image, although, i'm not too bothered about the background personally. I think it's another out of focus for me to concentrate on the bunny.
Nice first entry
Good take on the theme, and the reflections in the tap look smart. I imagined you used a wide-angle for the shot (I am no expert, either, so correct me if I'm wrong) because the tiles aren't straight. I think a 50mm gives zero distortion. and so would leave the tiles nice and straight (if so desired, of course). Cheers.
Yeah it’s a 16-50 lens set at 16 then cropped in post. But good point about the perspective and lens choice. It could be the tiles are crooked, not much in the house is straight! Thanks guys.@BobBCN, the perspective is more likely due to the shot being taken from above than using a wide angle lens, though I agree, it probably isn't using a 50mm, however, I don't think a 50 would avoid it.
@DomRim. I like the colours you've captured there in the tiles, and the control of the whites and shiny areas which could so easily have blown. Nice shot for the theme.
Thanks Dave, i'll be more vigilant checking from now on!Great shot Dom loving the mono treatment in this image, bang on with the Dof and good tones. I have forgotten to put the card back in the my camera, so I think we all do it sometimes.
Thanks Dave, it takes a beating and comes back for more.Like it - looks like a nice old workhorse too
Thanks Chris, I couldn't get over it with my tripod and handheld wasn't working with the light available. Embrace the restrictions I guess!Like this, the dof and b&w conversation. The angle opposed to straight on works really well
Thanks BobGreat shot. Suits mono and fits the theme perfectly.