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    Something a little different here. Not for everyone but I like it and you can just see the wings. Basic editing in acr and ps. Nothing added or removed.

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    Paul:

    Dramatic indeed. I do wish a bit of the head was visible, but of course, the splash might not have been so big. It might work really well with a 3 shot sequence, with a before and after frame added to this one. Always fun to step out of the box.

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    A cool capture with the mega splash!! Wish a bit more of the bird was visible. Nice action though.

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    Thanks Randy &Sanjeev. I agree...more bird, but it was not to be this time. Cheers.

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    Hi Paul, Randy summed it up, not really working for me, perhaps just blasting the trigger and just sift through the images from dive to surfacing? Worth a punt though.

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    Hi Paul, I am with the others who commented. The splash is awesome but I am left wishing to see more bird. Thank you for sharing.
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