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    Hi All,

    This image was taken at Provo Bay near Utah Lake, UT. While-faced Ibis nests in utah and they could be seen flying across Utah lake.

    Nikon D500, 300mm f/4
    ISO 2000, f/8, 1/60 sec
    Shutter Priority, Evaluative Metering

    Let me know your comments/critiques on the same.

    Thanks for watching.

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    Personally would like this leveled out - but that said, something about this shot that I really like. Can't put my finger on it but - very nice!

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    I am sorry but this is not working for me. The leveling is one thing but the BG looks a bit weird to me and the birds are not making any interesting formation.

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    I agree with leveling the image.
    I am not crazy about this image- I think it is the blurred silhouettes that bother me.
    But I like the fact that you tried something different and eventually you will get something great with something that is different!
    Gail

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    I agree with the above comments. It is important and educational to try stuff, and you did that here.

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    Thank you for the great comments and feedback
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    I like the image. And I do not mind the blurred birds. What does bug me is that most of the birds were gliding in flat flight rather than flapping. I love the image design and the water.

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    Thank you for the comments Artie.

    I will try to get images with much better wing position next time.
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    YAW Krishna. Not much you could do -- it was likely related to the wind ...

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