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    If nothing much to shoot there are always these pesky birds.
    I've posted a few over time and this one is a close portrait.
    R5 EF 600 f4 III HH
    1/500 f5.6 iso800
    DPP4 PS2022 cropped curves sharpen bird only

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    Hi Colin ...nice side profile of this noisy fella .
    Like the clean BG still showing some tonal / color variations .
    Boxy crop not my favor but nothing wrong with it .
    Tones are looking good , just the sharpening and colors are looking bit " off " !!! Check the eye .... it is not glassy smooth as it should be , at least from my side .

    I bet Topaz was in use .....

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    I bet Topaz was in use .....

    Bet it wasn't :)

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    Yes well they are everywhere but are very attractive up close and this one is just that ..Not quite sure about the light up on the RHS as it slightly takes my eye off the subject. Could you you knock that down a bit perhaps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colin Driscoll View Post
    I bet Topaz was in use .....

    Bet it wasn't :)
    Good ... any idea where the grain is coming coming from ?? At Iso 800.

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    Hi Colin, you have captured some good finer plumage detail, and I like the colour of the BG.

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    Looks good to me Colin. Colours look correct too. Plenty of these in my garden. Can't see the grain, but maybe a little over sharpened?

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