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    Hi all another older file from Helgoland ...
    Image taken in last evening light ... color of the cliffs is natural , amplified by the warm evening light .
    No other option for a better shooting angle .... staying at the cliffs and shooting downward .

    Hope you like it .

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    Processed with Capture One and PSCC 2020 ; slightly cropped for comp

    Thanks for watching and commenting to my previous posting .

    Cheers Andreas

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    Really like the setting on this one. Nice poses and light. Framing is right on as well.

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    I'd echo John's comments and add sweet EXP as well. Are those rocks in the ocean as BG? TFS

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    Even the shadows are nice and soft.

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    I think this is a wonderful image. Cliffs a re lovely, and the wider crop gives a great sense of the scene. Exposure and detail look great - love the scaly feet - and the calling bird adds just the right amount of action
    to an otherwise peaceful scene. I don'd mind the shooting angle at all. Ocean BG is very nice.

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    Excellent. Light and exposure terrific.
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    you made the best from the shooting angle you had, I like how the hind bird (female?) is calling from behind....colors look nice especially the warm light

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    Great environment and behavior shot. I hope you weren't standing on a similar perch taking the shot!

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    You should do more bird photography Andreas - you're not to bad!at it! Pleasing composition and colours and pretty importantly the bill on the left bird does not intersect with the bird on the right.

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    Thanks so much much folks for all your kind comments , much appreciated .

    Cheers Andreas

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    Wonderfull capture, Andreas. Love the warm evening light on these two. Great handling of the blacks an whites, and super detail throughout.


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    Thanks Geoff , for your comment

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