Birds in black and white

The Daily Post word prompt: Silhouette

I really enjoy turning my photos of birds into silhouettes. It is a bit of a process as I actually draw around the outline of the bird. I don’t use flood colour, I fill in the bird with black and then do the rest of the photos black pieces, branches etc by hand. The white is done the same way. I have posted some of these previously.

As you can see I don’t use borders. When they are framed, the mask provides an edge.
silhouette_blog_osprey

 

silhouette-blog_cormorant

 

 

silhouette_blog_white-faced-heron

 

silhouette_blog_rainbow-bee-eater

 

silhouette-blog_yellow-tailed-black-cockatoo

 

silhouette_blog_spangled-drongo

 

silhouette_blog_whistler

 

silhouette-blog_wattlebird

 

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