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    Hi folks ... still in the mountains , well from the posting POV
    Same as previous Chough posting location .
    Some might say , where is the snow detail ?? Well it is there in the original capture , but I decided to let it go .... in the processing . Just keeping a hint of it under the subject .
    Hope you like it

    Canon EOS R 3
    RF 100 - 500 IS L + 2x TC
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    F 14 ; Iso 4000 ; 1/3200 sec

    Processed with DT 4.6 and PSCC 2024 ; cropped for horizontal for comp ; added a bit of canvas on top and bottom

    Thanks for looking and commenting to my previous postings

    Cheers Andreas

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    Hmm, not sure why you didn't show the snow detail if it was there - I don't think it would draw attention from the subject. The Chough shows well, the eye is sharp and I like the raised foot. Composition would I think be a little more appealing if say 5:4 ratio.

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    Challenging shot hard black on hard white. Bird looks good and yes to a bit of snow texture and a looser crop.

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    THanks Jon and Colin for your comments , much appreciated .

    @ Jon ... i am ok with the crop , as I thought the one you favored is too tight for my liking . Regarding the snow ... I just wanted the loss of detail in the snow because I liked it . You might want to see it .... but I don't in this case

    @ Colin .... same is valid for you

    Cheers Andreas

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