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    Posting another frame of the adolescent female harrier at the expense of becoming boring, hope not!


    this frame was made with my D5 and 600E FL + TC-14E III ISO 800 f/5.6 1/3200 sec hand held processed with C1P
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    High quality is never boring Arash, keep them coming!
    This seems to have been a close fly-by. Loads of details and perfect sharpness makes for a rare treat to carefully study this species. I like the wing position, the brown to green BG and the warm light.
    I have nothing to fault really

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    Arash:

    Lovely light, soft background but enough detail to be interesting, excellent angle in frame, a winner.

    Thanks for sharing, and inspiring.

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    Yet another Arash classic. Love the varied BG and of course the light and details. Slight nit, the eye and beak look ever so slightly off when compared to your other images. TFS

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    Nice looking harrier here. The pose is nice and the light. Like the background.

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    I've only ever been able to photograph this species from close enough once, so it is a treat anytime I see such a good image of one! Everything looks top-notch. The only thing, for my personal taste, is that I would reduce or eliminate (which looks best after testing) the bluish cast to the far wing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Cadieux View Post
    I've only ever been able to photograph this species from close enough once, so it is a treat anytime I see such a good image of one! Everything looks top-notch. The only thing, for my personal taste, is that I would reduce or eliminate (which looks best after testing) the bluish cast to the far wing.
    Thanks Dan, on my monitor the far wing has some greys that are natural to the plumage...must be a calibration issue

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