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    Canon EOS-R5
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    600 mm
    ISO 800
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    Pattern Metering mode
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    Nice dynamic pose you managed here Sasan and I like the warm colors. Nicely done!

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    nice dynamic pose with a complimentary background works well, they look like our northern harriers. I see a bit of motion blur in the head, light was warm and pretty

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    Quote Originally Posted by arash_hazeghi View Post
    nice dynamic pose with a complimentary background works well, they look like our northern harriers. I see a bit of motion blur in the head, light was warm and pretty

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    thank you for your comments

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurt Bowman View Post
    Nice dynamic pose you managed here Sasan and I like the warm colors. Nicely done!
    thank you for your comments

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    Looks good here Sasan....Very nice flight pose and the extended talons look real good...I like your crop and the colours in the background look good against the bird...Good feather detail....and a little more sharpening on the head would make a difference...

    Will

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    A fine shot indeed, for me it lacks a little crispness or bite, I suspect there is more detail to be shown.

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