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    Photographed from a hide early in the morning
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    Hi Sanjeev, very nicely exposed with good detail, the whites have some lovely subtle details. having the slight head turn towards you works in your favour IMHO, my only wish would have been to see all of the feet here. Adding some Curves, not Contrast helps pullout a bit more of you lovely feather detail.

    My only thought (very quickly & crudely done), was wether because the 'perch' is so OOF, to blend in any visible edges, not sure if it works or not as it my emphasis even more of the lack of feet, just food for thought...

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    I agree about Steve's comment about the feet, but this is still a very attractive image. The lighting is super, and I like the composition a lot.

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