By Mark Simms
Not the sharpest shot ever, and arguably the shutter-speed should have been faster, but there is something about this that I quite like:
© Mark Simms Photography (2014)
Thanks Laura 😊
you’re welcome Mark 🙂
He must have forgotten to pick up something she’d asked for!
Very nice, really, blurry or no. Sometimes it’s better to forego the hope of a tack-sharp shot for something interesting like this.
I agree…..better to get a half decent shot than none at all 😊
It really nice to capture bird landing on the water
The content and context of the shot is strong and this is why the shot works, even if a little soft.
Cheers Ben……my 75-300mm is a little soft at the long end and this is also quite heavily cropped.
My sigma 28-300 is the sam, even at its sharpest aperture.
I think it’s the composition and where the birds appear in the frame Mark.
Sometimes photos just ‘work’ and are pleasing to the eye – and not dependent on the sharpness of the focus to succeed.
I think you’re right Vicki…..thanks 😊
oh I’ve seen these squabbles too and they are quite nasty sometimes!! I think it’s a great shot Mark!!
Thanks Cybele 😊
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