Nuthatch..

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This image was taken at Rosemoor Gardens, the woodland walk near the lakes where the Brash is, it's a wonderful place to visit and look at the gardens and see the wildlife!..

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  1. #1 canismajor
    Re: Nuthatch..
    Nice one Caroline, have you cropped the image like this or is it straight from the camera?. Good work. All the best.Mike.
  2. #2 travelbug
    Re: Nuthatch..
    Hi Mike, thank you for your comments, I cropped this one Mike, but will put the original on for you see, can you tell me if I cropped it ok please, I felt the tree trunk to the left of the image needed to go and some off the feeder, I feel I have a tendency to crop too much off sometimes!! many thanks Mike..Caroline
  3. #3 canismajor
    Re: Nuthatch..
    What you have to bear in mind is this; the more you crop the more pixels you lose and with it the image will degrade and lose out on quality, so this looks ok to me as it is now. Before you crop an image, see how many pixels the image measures, this should be on display beneath it. After cropping look again and then see how many pixels it now measures. There will be a marked difference according to how much cropping has taken place. You're doing fine.! All the best.
  4. #4 graham_c
    Re: Nuthatch..
    Great image and well cropped. I tend to use front image cropping as long as the quality doesn't suffer too much... Graham
  5. #5 travelbug
    Re: Nuthatch..
    Quote Originally Posted by canismajor
    What you have to bear in mind is this; the more you crop the more pixels you lose and with it the image will degrade and lose out on quality, so this looks ok to me as it is now. Before you crop an image, see how many pixels the image measures, this should be on display beneath it. After cropping look again and then see how many pixels it now measures. There will be a marked difference according to how much cropping has taken place. You're doing fine.! All the best.
    Thank you Mike for your positive comments, I will take note of the pixels next time I crop!..Caroline
  6. #6 travelbug
    Re: Nuthatch..
    Quote Originally Posted by graham_c
    Great image and well cropped. I tend to use front image cropping as long as the quality doesn't suffer too much... Graham
    Thank you for your positive comments Graham, not sure what my cropping is called, question please Graham what's front image cropping? does different cropping effect the image? many thanks..Caroline