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    hi,
    canon 1dmkııı-canon 300mm f2.8ıs
    f5.6-1/250-iso320
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    I found a clean one. opinions are appreciated.

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    Hi Volkan, a sweet image and you do a very good clean up, albeit that there are some artefacts around the tip of the tail. I would however clean up the bird poo on the branches, a very easy fix in PS.

    Like the previous posting, exposure looks good, not dark at all, but the image could stand some more Exp via PP +0.33-0.67 and based on the JPEG a WB around +1 Temp and reducing the Green ie +8-10 Tint going more Magenta I think balances things out.

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    hi Steve, thanks a lot. I am working on it :)
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    Hi Volkan....Lovely little birds...You captured a good pose and head angle....Good advice from Steve to make it better...

    Will

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    Pointing your lens well to the right would have improved the composition, but I like the pose, perch, BG, and image quality.

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