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    Default Knot (Calidis Canutus)

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    Hand held lying prone,
    Olympus OM-1 300mm f4 & MC14 (820mm FF equivalent)
    ISO 800 EV +1.0, 1/2500 sec f5.6

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    Jon have you done any cloning work in the FG LHS?
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    Well captured Jon.....Great pose and HA....Nice detail on the bird....I see cloning all along the bottom of the frame...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Kaluski View Post
    Jon have you done any cloning work in the FG LHS?
    Yes I did. I felt so minor I didn't mention it...I should have. I extended canvas and cloned a little bit over that.
    Last edited by Jonathan Ashton; 12-06-2022 at 12:44 PM.

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    Thanks for the clarification Jon, it’s the first thing I saw when I opened the post.
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    Hi Jon, I really like the wings and the raised foot. I agree about the cloning...too obvious. I think you can fix it though

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    Hi Jon ... apart from the cloning/extension the image looks nice in terms of detail / tone and colors .
    Even at 1/2500sec you have motion blur in the feet , showing how fast these critters move .
    The pose is unusual ... and i am 50/50 about it , does look a bit strange to be honest .
    But hey why not ...

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    I echo the other comments and note that this is. winter plumage DUNLIN; knots are similar but with stubbier beaks.

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