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    Krishna Prasad Kotti Krishna Prasad kotti's Avatar
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    Default Snow Goose at Sunrise

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    I made this image in Bosque Del Apache NM

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    Nikon D850 600 f/4 + 1.4 x TCIII
    1/2000s f/5.6 ISO1000
    Manual; Matrix metering




    Post Processing:-
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    Raw Processing using C1P 20
    Cropped in from top right corner
    Sharpening for Presentation
    Vigneeting


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    I wouldn't know how to critique here, as I have never really tried this. For me, I like it, but I find the BG a wee bit too bright.

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    The backlighting is nice here. I would remove those circles at the bottom. Maybe try to tone the sky down some.

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    I think this is an interesting and creative take on this species. I agree the BG is a tad bright, and you can certainly drop the levels a bit without blacking out the subject (I like the lighting on it as is). I might also clone out the water drops as they don't seem to be related to the subject, but that's more personal preference than anything.

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