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    Default Juvenile black skimmer

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    Snapped this frame as the sun was going down. The skimmer s are resident in SF bay area, active throughout the year




    D5 * 600E FL + TC14-E III * ISO 3200 * f/5.6 * 1/3200 sec * handheld * processed with C1P

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    Wow this is nice, in your face pose, the wave at the bottom really makes the frame for me.
    I might brighten the tiny catchlight even more, a small touch...
    Dan Kearl

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    Sweet, sweet, I mean sweet light with perfect exposure and cool pose(with back end twist to better show tail). Sublime (so, what's new). TFS

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    Nice light on this one. The blue background is very nice. Like the framing and the detail on the skimmer.

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    Love the pose here and light...Beautiful detail and colours throughout. Agree with Dan about the catchlight

    Will

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    Killer light and wing position.
    IQ and PP are excellent.
    I would dodge the dark line behind the tail a bit.
    Gail

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    thanks everyone I will fix the catch light and the wake good call!
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