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    Default Squirrel III ( Where are the nuts ??)

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    Hi folks .. still practicing with the new toy .

    I was able to get just almost a mono red image .... at least IMHO , plus a " screaming Squirrel "

    Canon EOS R3
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    F 5,6 ; Iso 8000 ; 1/800 sec

    Processed with DPP 4 and PSCC 2022 ; cropped from bottom and added canvas to LHS and Top . Original capture was too tight .
    My vision of the intense reds can be discussed .... but I liked it for the time being .

    Thanks for looking and commenting to my previous thread .

    Cheers Andreas

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    Cheepers its a magic result from what was (i would imagine) a pretty average opportunity. Once again shows me how little i actually know and how much i have to learn about photography. Im not sure what others will say and im not sure about the natural colours of this scene however as presented they look magnificent

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    Hmmmmm! For me the reds are a little OTT, all the orange red throughout the image seem to smack me in the eye a little! I would suggest lowering the saturation of the reds, if the image was a crop I would suggest loosening it a little, I feel the squirrel is just a little tight in the frame.

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    Hi Andreas, I'm OK with it all, nice detail, but agree, the Orange/Reds are just too OTT!!!

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    Hi Andreas, a lovely image! Super detail and colours! Hope you are liking the new R3!

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    Thanks folks for your kind comments , much appreciated .

    I think the reds can be discussed , to a degree .... but not much IMHO . Matter of taste ! I did not push the colors specially .... was just a side affect of the processing , and I did not reduce the oranges in DPP as I normally do on every image .

    @ Jon .... no wider crop possible as it is already extended canvas on LHS and TOP of the frame , and I think no more room needed .
    @ Sanjeev .... the R3 , well I am 50/50 on it so far . It has some advantages , for sure ..... but the AF is not as good as I expected , to be honest . But I need more time to get used to this whole new mirrorless world .

    Cheers Andreas

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