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    Canon 1DX Mk2
    f/4 400DO Mk2 with 1.4iii
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    Thanks for the comments on my previous Pheasant .....This is another bird, I got down low for this one to give a different POV...HH..ACR and PS2020

    Will

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    Spectacular colours and solid portrait!! Love the details and the sweet BG.

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    Very Nice Colors.Beautiful.
    I would apply additional sharpening on the Head.
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    Will, another head turner (no pun)!

    Just gorgeous colors and you captured the iridescence beautifully. It looks pretty sharp to me, wonder if Krishna is seeing the dof fall off on top perhaps?

    I am just curious, how much crop on these?

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    Hi Will,
    very handsome headshot, iridescence is lovely, sharp. Well done

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    Great portrait of this bird. I like the complimentary colors i the BG. Image looks sharp to me. But I do find myself wishing for a tiny bit more DOF.

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    Excellent Will, the nictitating membrane is half way down, if you felt inclined it could easily be disguised, otherwise

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    Thanks guys, much appreciated

    Will

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Sump View Post
    Will, another head turner (no pun)!

    Just gorgeous colors and you captured the iridescence beautifully. It looks pretty sharp to me, wonder if Krishna is seeing the dof fall off on top perhaps?

    I am just curious, how much crop on these?
    Hi Brian....Thanks for that...This image would be approx 60% of the original.

    Will

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