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    This image was created in Ithaca, New York on 9/15/20 at 6:19PM. Image processed in Lightroom and Photoshop.

    Hand held, Small crop.

    Canon 5D MarkIV
    Canon 500 f/4 IS USM
    ISO 4000
    f5.6
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    Hi John, I like the head on inquisitive look, but the heavy black contrast dominating the BKG is too much and it requires again NR. To me the FP looks more to the left of the head, so the RHS is just a fraction soft (look at the eye) and you needed more DoF to bring the nose into focus and or move the FP.

    John, what is it that you are looking for in terms feedback, as the images often still have the same issues after all the chiming in of folk. Perhaps knowing/understanding what you are looking for we can tailor more the replies?

    Looking forward to hearing back.

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    Nice head on pose with those large eyes and ears grabbing attention. Steve.s suggestions are spot on.

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