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    Default Macropus peregrine

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    D5
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    This is the first outing of our season with some decent light . No fleecy clouds sadly to add to the image but a few pairs breeding so its looking promising .This lady has some damage too her face but Ive left it there because then i will remember which one she is and how aggressive. .She is as highly coloured as any I have seen down here which is nice.
    Have found the pf very easy to use at 500 but not convinced yet with the 1.4 on as well.
    I wonder how others are going with this set up and the 1.4 on.
    c and c very welcome

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    Great detail and terrific pose with calling. The shadows detract somewhat but I would be happy with this shot as I have not yet had the chance to photograph a Peregrine.

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    Hi Ian. Well done...I know how difficult it is to get shots of this amazing bird...they fly so fast! Love the pose and detail...the shadows do not detract from the image for me. TFS

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    love the dynamic pose, would desaturate the sky a bit and also back off on the NR, excellent dynamic pose

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    The screaming pose is great. Looks nice and sharp. Yes to less blue.

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    ,Thanks all .Agree Arash about the sky .Th trouble is down here that some times that is the colour and if you expose to the right then the sky comes on pretty strong. So I'll work on it.

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