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    Photographed from a hide in western ghats of India.
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    Tripod and Gimbal
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    f/5.6
    ISO 6400

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    That is nothing less than very beautiful. What a bird- in a rare position across the frame, corner to corner, with a perfect head angle as well.You were battling for light but a wonderful result.

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    Hi Sanjeev, I very much like the framing with the subject and perch much lower in frame with KF looking/pointing upwards.

    Again I think the contrast and blacks are looking a fraction heavy masking detail, perhaps even the colour too. When address you can slightly bump up the greens to be a little more vibrant IMHO.

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    Hi Sanjeev .. a real beauty your KF , very close looking to the European .
    Pose is unique and kinda cool . Super sweet BG and the perch is fitting well .
    Not sure why but i have the impression that the IQ is lacking a bit .... might be just me . Missing some critical sharpness and fine detail , IMHO.

    Maybe the SS was too slow and/or the bird moved slightly during exposure .

    TFS Andreas

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