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    By the time i was able to get close enough the sun was getting a little to high so the light isn't ideal. This is the best could do before the sun got any higher.
    5dIII 400 f5.6L
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    converted with DPP and then in PS. Neat noise reduction on the background , reduced saturation on the red shoulders and raised shadows a bit on the bird to try and get a little more detail in the dark feathers.
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    It's a great display pose, on a lovely perch and with nice bg. Yes, the light wasn't ideal. I wonder if lowering the contrast a bit would help?

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    Very nice capture. That BG shows the bird real well and I like the perch. Blacks look good, as Bill said about the contrast.

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    Agree with Bill re the the contrast,very nice calling pose with the outstretched wings and tail ,I like the pure simplicity on this shot ,very nice.

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