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    Default Wood Stork Head Portrait

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    This Image was created during Gatorland Mini IPT


    Nikon D500, 70-200 f/4 +1.4x TCII
    ISO 800, f/8, 1/3200 sec


    Very little Post processing
    Adding a canvas to the left
    Noise Reduction.

    Let me know your comments and critiques.

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    Love your creative composition Krishna, i stared at this fellow awhile and reflect on all i know about wood storks, and what i don't know. Love the details, exposure and BG is sweet to not distract from the star...

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    It is different for sure and I love it. What a pattern on the face and the beak! Thank you for sharing this. Well done!

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    Very good detail but from a personal perspective I would much prefer to see the whole of the bill.

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    I think this composition works very well by placing the emphasis on the eye. Wonderful detail and I love the patterns and colours. It looks like something prehistoric. TFS.

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    This comp works well and shows how this bird got its name, looks like it was carved out of wood, very nice.

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    Last edited by Tim Foltz; 04-19-2017 at 06:09 PM.

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    Thank you all for your comments and feedback
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    Very different, great composition. Tim nailed it, it looks like a carving

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