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    Another frame of this leucistic Blackbird
    D500, 420mm (300 w/ 1.4) f4.5, 1/2000, iso1600

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    Another nice shot of this interesting bird. Sharp on the head, good wing spread. Well exposed epaulets which can be tricky.

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    Man, Dan, You are nailing it with this unusual beauty. Sharp as can be right where it needs to be. TFS

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    Another nice flight frame of this unique bird. Great background.

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    looks like you are getting some good flight shots with your new rig Dan, pretty nice frame, I might pull down the red channel a bit

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    Real nice Dan. I think you could slightly increase the saturation or luminosity of the red plumage to darken it a tad and perhaps increase the black plumage brightness by half a stop. Good place to use luminosity masks

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