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    Default Juvenile Bald Eagle

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    D500, iso5600, 500mm (300 w/1.7), f5, 1/2000
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    Nice downstroke pose on this eagle. Like the composition and that open mouth. The image quality looks good for the high ISO. Are you baiting these birds?

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    Well composed. Superb for the iso. I think you could darken the right forewing at least half a stop.

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    Lovely shot, you certainly have been giving these eagles a good workout. There's a little dot bottom left that I would remove.

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    Looks great! I love the fully lowered wings. Good BG. I too would remove that white speck in LLC, and tone down some of the brightest highlights, but all-in-all a terrific image.

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    Nice downstroke and open beak. Good BG too. Yes to toning down the brightest bits as the beak and some wing feathers are hot. I would maybe drop exposure across the board about 1/3rd. Looks like a great local spot. TFS

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