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    Default Female Shoveler

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    D500, 500mm (300f2,8 w/1.7), f5, 1/1000, iso800
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    I like the spot light effect, on my screen it looks a bit too contrasy / oversharpened a bit which should be an easy fix. you may also want to take out the blue cast on the reflections

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    Love this canvas. The directional light and falloff leading straight to the face and the dark water. Nice and sharp and I even love the blue in the water. TFS

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    Very striking image. The low angle really looks good. Detail and exposure are excellent. I could see taming the blue as Arash suggested, but that's mostly personal preference. Could also see the slightest bit of CW rotation.

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    Also, you asked about pelagic trips on my last post.

    Your best bet is to get onto one of the boast from Newport: http://www.oregonpelagictours.com/

    The boats from Westport, WA are also very good: https://westportseabirds.com/

    I help with trips in Monterey and Half Moon Bay (just south of SF): https://www.alvarosadventures.com/

    Hope that helps!

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    like it a lot, yes on slight CW rotation and terrific detail that pops against the BG! POV!

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    I also like this a lot! I am fine with the blue water. Great POV and love the light.

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