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    Default Incoming Comon Goldeneye

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    I made this image in Antelope Island State Park UT

    Camera Settings:-
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    Nikon D500 300 f/4 +1.4 xTCII
    1/4000 sec; f/5.6; ISO 1000
    Manual; Matrix metering




    Post Processing:-
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    Raw Processing using C1P
    Little bit of crop from top
    Nik 25-25 Filter on Bird at reduced opacity
    Tonal Adjustments in Viveza
    Neat Image NR
    Sharpening for Presentation
    No Cloning.




    Let me know your thoughts and comments.


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    Love this canvas overall. The light, reflected light, colorful BG water and sky, placement of subject, SH, details and mostly those eyes. TFS

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    Very pleasing image, Krishna. Nice wing positions and love the view of the feet. Great colors throughout and I like your choice of composition. I might be inclined to dodge the darker wave and clone the tiny ripple on the RHS.

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    Krishna:

    Neat incoming shot, like the eye contact, display of bird aerodynamics, smooth background.

    I might consider cropping up from the bottom to the start of the slightly darker blue, and perhaps lower the brightness just a bit overall.

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    Love it! Perhaps a bit bright as per Randy, but this image has impact for me. Good job.

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    Thank you all for the comments.

    I processed this image using my laptop. I think that could be reason for image being a bit brighter.

    Here is a repost with the changes
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    As soon as I opened the thumbnai lI thought the image was way too bright.
    But you have addressed the issue and the repost is much better.
    I like where you placed the goldeneye in the frame.Great incoming pose and sharp.
    I would decrease the luminance in the blues in LR (if you have it). Moving the slider down 5 or 6 points would really make the water look great. I think you could decrease the brightness a bit more.
    Gail

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    Nice incoming pose. Like how the bird is right above the water. Framing looks right on to me.

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