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    Hello everybody,
    Glad to be here again after a long time of absenteeism.
    I hope you will enjoy my photos.


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    Wow! Cracker of a shot. Great pose and detail/sharpness. I'm seeing a slight halo around the front of the wings, maybe over sharpened? It does seem a little tight in the frame too. Look forward to seeing more of your work!

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    Fine looking bird, and beautifully captured. Great wing spread, head turn and razor-sharp head details. Nice light as well. I agree a bit more room all around would help. Congratulations on a fine shot. Glad to see you back, and looking forward to more.

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    Oh yes... very nice. tight crop is fine as details are excellent.
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    Sesan, this is a lovely capture. The tones in the plumage are sweet and so is that light.

    Really nice banking shot with great eye contact. The purple canvas is beautiful.

    I agree with Paul's comments, do see a bit of sharpening halos on the leading edges and the beak and appears you could clean up the noise between the lower primaries. Would love to see a version with a little more even margin above and below, but hard to nit pick.

    A joy to view, tfs.

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    Such a great view of the dorsal side of this beautiful bird. Vertical was the way to go, but I would have preferred the subject lower in the frame. Everything else is fantastic...sharpness, BG, pose, head angle. Welcome back!

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    Great frame Sasan! Love the detail, the wings, the BG, etc. Nicely done!

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    looks really nice especially the HA, soft light was great and darker BG add more drama. halo noted. easy fix

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    Quote Originally Posted by arash_hazeghi View Post
    looks really nice especially the HA, soft light was great and darker BG add more drama. halo noted. easy fix

    TFS

    thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Sump View Post
    Sesan, this is a lovely capture. The tones in the plumage are sweet and so is that light.

    Really nice banking shot with great eye contact. The purple canvas is beautiful.

    I agree with Paul's comments, do see a bit of sharpening halos on the leading edges and the beak and appears you could clean up the noise between the lower primaries. Would love to see a version with a little more even margin above and below, but hard to nit pick.

    A joy to view, tfs.
    thanks for your comments and also suggestions

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Cadieux View Post
    Such a great view of the dorsal side of this beautiful bird. Vertical was the way to go, but I would have preferred the subject lower in the frame. Everything else is fantastic...sharpness, BG, pose, head angle. Welcome back!
    thank you daniel

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Dix View Post
    Fine looking bird, and beautifully captured. Great wing spread, head turn and razor-sharp head details. Nice light as well. I agree a bit more room all around would help. Congratulations on a fine shot. Glad to see you back, and looking forward to more.
    thanks bill

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Burdett View Post
    Wow! Cracker of a shot. Great pose and detail/sharpness. I'm seeing a slight halo around the front of the wings, maybe over sharpened? It does seem a little tight in the frame too. Look forward to seeing more of your work!
    thanks for your comments

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