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Robin Photograph - Early Bird by Sharon Elliott

Early Bird is a photograph by Sharon Elliott which was uploaded on August 23rd, 2012.

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Beautifully captured Sharon... very nice ! v/f/l

Sharon Elliott replied:

Thank you

Glorious expression too GRAND composition

Sharon Elliott replied:

Thank you Basant

What a pretty little bird.

Sharon Elliott replied:

Thank you Gillian

Thank you Cecily

Sharon, I love this little bird. Your expert highlighting of the coordinating shapes of the tail feathers and wood grain given this photograph so much movement and power.

Fantastic detail of this bird's feathers, isolated from the background. v

Sharon Elliott replied:

Thank you Mary

Oh so wonderful! That's a little robin! focus and color wonderful! v

Sharon Elliott replied:

Thank you Kathy. SE

Great advise....I will get right on this stuff. Thank you. I have joined some groups, and did a few discussions. I really like the watchlist information. SE

The more places and times you have your artwork shown on FAA (Fine Art America) the better. With over 100,000 artists on FAA you need give people more ways and reasons to checkout your artwork over others. The best thing about FAA it shows you places near by you to display your artwork. This time of the year the best place is at state fairs. Commenting on other peoples artwork that you like on FAA is the fastest way for you and your artwork to be known around the world. Most artist you comment on will comment back on a piece of your artwork they love. If someone comments on your artwork like I'm doing now it puts it on Today's Now Comments. It also sends your artwork and their comment on it to everyone on their Watch List. As in me mine 2 artists shy of having 600 artist on my Watch List. That's a lot of people seeing your artwork without having them chancing across you artwork. Contest are a great thing to be in and very easy to do. Groups are a great think to join. And discussion are optional though it may help to do so. I have dyslexia so it makes it hard for me to chat or get into discussion for the laps time it takes me to read and write. All these things will make it easier for buyer and collectors to find you. I hope this helps you along your way. Keep up the good work Sharon and have fun doing so.

Thank you Ken. As you can see I just opened this account. Any thoughts you have where I can improve are welcome. I look at other artists and how they set up to try and learn things. I guess I also need to join some discussion groups. I will be finding out about that next. SE

Very lovely capture Sharon.

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