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    Canon EOS-R5
    EF600mm f/4L IS II USM
    f/5.6
    1/3200 seconds
    600 mm
    ISO 500
    Manual exposure
    Manual
    Pattern Metering mode

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    Hello Sasan

    Wonderful sighting, wish I was there to see this beautiful wolf with its golden coat. Those eyes are mesmerising, love the direct stare. As well as point of view here.

    Superb timing and techs look good, well exposed. Lots of shutter speed Well composed with enough space all around. BG nice and smooth, great colours.

    If only you could lift the blacks or shadows a tad, you might reveal more detail on the nose and around the eyes too, looks a bit contrasty IMO.

    Really enjoyed viewing and it's so nice to see something different here in the Wildlife Forum.

    Hope you come back with more, and we'd be happy to receive some comments and suggestions from you as well - thank you so much Sasan!

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    Gabriela Plesea

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    Super timing and I like the colours, it is indeed a very eye catching image.
    I quite like the composition but I feel the wolf might benefit from a little more space all around. The brightest elements in the image appear a little too bright to me and I agree with Gabriela regarding the blacks.

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    Very nice Sasan, and with that good light and the R5 you could not fail.

    The low POV works extremely well, but the FG mush is a bit severe for me, please don't day you used NR on an image at ISO500???? The black nose and shadow are rather aggressive, there should be detail and as Jon said the HL's need taming down. The pose and framing all works well. What was masking the tail?

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    Excellent image Sasan, really loved the low POV and the beautiful subject .

    I loved the light as well and the eye contact is just what makes the image.

    Agree with the above regarding the high contrast , its affecting the details . Easy fix IMO that you should implement as suggested above.

    TFS !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Kaluski View Post
    Very nice Sasan, and with that good light and the R5 you could not fail.

    The low POV works extremely well, but the FG mush is a bit severe for me, please don't day you used NR on an image at ISO500???? The black nose and shadow are rather aggressive, there should be detail and as Jon said the HL's need taming down. The pose and framing all works well. What was masking the tail?

    Don't forget to add your thoughts to other posts too.

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    thanks for comment steve, I definitely did not use NR, and the tail is masked by a branch in the foreground

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    Good man Sasan, thanks for the clarification.
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    Hi Sasan ... super cool Wolf image !!!
    The low POV and the slight downward look of the subject ... just gorgeous .
    personally I am not 100% sure about the color ,all your posted images ( mostly avian ) do have a certain color character ... might be your light over there or your taste of color rendering .

    Agree with the others about the density in the blacks , and again personal taste I think the used sharpening radius is too large IMHO . The result is a more " coarse " look in the fine hairs of the fur .

    Would be good if you could share the location where you take your images .. well roughly would be good enough .

    TFS Andreas

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andreas Liedmann View Post
    Hi Sasan ... super cool Wolf image !!!
    The low POV and the slight downward look of the subject ... just gorgeous .
    personally I am not 100% sure about the color ,all your posted images ( mostly avian ) do have a certain color character ... might be your light over there or your taste of color rendering .

    Agree with the others about the density in the blacks , and again personal taste I think the used sharpening radius is too large IMHO . The result is a more " coarse " look in the fine hairs of the fur .

    Would be good if you could share the location where you take your images .. well roughly would be good enough .

    TFS Andreas
    Hi Andreas ,Thanks for your comments and also suggestions ,This photo was taken in Iran

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