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    Default Symmetrical Anhinga

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    I captured this image last year with the handheld Nikon D750 and AF-S Nikkor 200-500mm 1-5.6E ED VR at my local lake in Miami Lakes, FL.

    ISO 220
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    500mm
    Manual Mode
    Processed in LR and PS.
    Crop +/- 15% for presentation

    All C & C's will be greatly appreciated.


    Thanks for looking

    JT

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    I've always enjoyed this type of Anhinga image, and this one is no exception. I personally would have preferred a bit more thickness to the amount of wings showing. Exposure and details are spot on. Beautiful BG too.

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    Great looking BG and nice look at the eye. I could see a bit more below and too the sides as well. TFS

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Cadieux View Post
    I've always enjoyed this type of Anhinga image, and this one is no exception. I personally would have preferred a bit more thickness to the amount of wings showing. Exposure and details are spot on. Beautiful BG too.

    Plus 1

    -Tim

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