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    Default Brown-hooded Kingfisher Portrait

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    Very nice image of this colourful bird. The bird is sharp with good feather detail. I like the way that you have placed the upper part of the body against the sky so that it stands out from the tree. Some would ask for a head turn but I am ok the way it is. TFS.

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    Hi Tobie very nice kingfisher and lovely colors on him. A bit more noise reduction in the blues and green BG. For me, the perch is okay its the tree it is attached to that isn't cooperating. TFS

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    Nice frame of this king fisher. Like the pose on the bird just a little too tight in the frame.

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    Hi Tobie. A very nice photo of a Kingfisher that I haven't seen before. Nice and sharp with good feather details/colours. It does seem quite noisy in the background areas. TFS.

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    Ditto John Mack only way too tight.Can we see a JPEG that represents the full frame capture? Bird's crown and eye need to be opened up. Lastly it looks like filtered light with lots of shadows on the bird ...

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