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    Default Turnstone (Arenaria interpres)

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    Hand held
    Image input equipment model : E-M1X
    Lens Model : OLYMPUS M.300mm F4.0
    Lens focal length : 300 mm
    Focal length in 35 mm film : 601.0mm
    Exposure mode : Manual exposure
    Photographic Sensitivity : 400
    Exposure bias : +0.7 EV
    Exposure time : 1/1600 sec
    F number : F4.5
    Flash : OFF

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    I think you did a good job of processing this considering the flat light. I like the pose and the fluffy white plumage. The contrast of the orange feet against the whole image is quite pleasing. I suppose I would like to see this perhaps 1/2 stop brighter To bring out some of the black plumage detail

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    Nice rocky look at this guy, Jon. The lighting was really tough, so this shot was limited from the outset. I think you've done as well as you can hope on exposure/detail. The upper part of the frame does feel a bit vacuous, and I can see some
    sort of processing artifact/shadow along the bird's neck and back. Probably worth cleaning it up.

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    Thanks for the feedback, Dorian I didn't spot what you referred to at first but now I know what you mean. I think it is the mask used at raw stage, thanks I will remember for future posts - easily fixed. It's irritating me now so here's a repost
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    Repost fixed the problem Dorian mentioned.
    Nice shooting angle, I would pano this with a lot off the top.
    Dan Kearl

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