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    hi,
    Canon1dmk3 - canon300mmf2.8
    1/2000 F2.8 iso100
    thanks. Respects

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    Love the light and details throughout (including the shell bed). Wish for less on the bottom and more on the top. TFS

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    Agree with David on crop. I think this is the best image you have posted.
    Very nice.
    Dan Kearl

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    it is a okay. thanks :)

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    Nice pose on the bird and quite good feather detail...I would try brightening up the bird slightly. Am I seeing a slight greenish/yellow cast.

    Will

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    Thanks William :/ i dit not play with colors. i don't know. ( google translate (sorry) )

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    A very handsome plover portrait. I agree, a crop off about half of the oof bottom, and adding that amount to the top, would benefit the image. I also feel like there is some green cast that could be addressed with some slight WB tweaking. Is this a juvenile bird?

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    Hi Volkan, lovely plover, it looks ver similar to the Black-bellied Plover here. I also see a green/yellow cast to the image. Thank you for sharing.
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    Çok teşekkürler arkadaşlar. katma değer. ' Grey Plover '

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    Quite nice. Like the low angle and the light. Framing looks right on.

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    Beautiful profile pose, and low angle. I agree with the composition suggestions. I added a little bit of reds and magentas to the image to fix the colour cast. Also, you should convert to sRGB before posting as this is how most web browsers read colour.

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    thanks Dan, valuable contributions. i love this site. We begin new :)

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