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    Default Reddish Egret (White Morph)

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    Yesterday I posted a dark morph Reddish Egret, this post is the light morph. Both were present at Ft. Desoto last Wednesday morning. Comments and critique welcomed and appreciated. Thank you for viewing.

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    1/3200 F/5.6 Matrix Metering EV -1/3 ISO 200 Auto 1 WB, camera supported by a monopod
    Post processed in Lightroom Classic, Photoshop CC 2019 and Neat Image for noise reduction
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    Sharp with a perfect head angle and nice subject to sensor plane orientation. SH and EXP right on. A bit more room all around might be more pleasing.

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    This does not look that sharp to me... Looks like NR applied around the beak and head but not sure why at iso200?
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    Always a treat to see the white morph. The bird looks like it is glowing. Espcially around the head and bill. The blue water is nice.

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