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    Hi All,

    This image was taken in San Diego Trip, La Jolla Shores.

    I took a series of images with sun behind me and waves coming and hitting the willet. I like this image in the sequence.

    Nikon D500, 500mm f/4 + 1.7xTC II
    ISO 640, f/6.7 , 1/640 sec ,
    Matrix Metering, Aperture Priority, +2 EV

    Post Processing:-
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    Noise Reduction - Neat Image
    Exposure changes - Lightroom
    Sharpening - Photoshop

    Removed adjacent porting of the bird at the right side of the bird - Content Aware - Photoshop.


    Let me know your comments and critiques.

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    I like the low angle and also the beach BG, just wish the sun was behind your neck

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    Thank you for the comments. I agree with your statement.

    I was already in water when I took this Image, I wish I had better Sun Angle.
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    Great POV.
    Nice BG.
    Since you cloned out part of a bird I would clone out the red/brown blob in front of the legs in the water.
    I am OK with sun angle.
    Gail

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    I like the look of this image, very artistic feeling about it. Love the POV and DOF, very nice pose on the bird and a lovely BG. The colours throughout the image are really nice. I think the shadows on the rear of the bird add to the image.

    Will

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