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    Lifetime Member Colin Driscoll's Avatar
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    1/6400 f7.1 iso2000 manual pattern metering

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    I appreciate the high contrast image, the plumage I think could show better detail given the high shutter speed, a few tweaks on the initial contrast and highlights with careful use of Texture would I think reveal more, I think it is worth having another look see. I like the elegant pose and the natural background.

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    Hi Colin ... a very cool capture of a species I do not know .
    You did quite well with the somewhat difficult subject and dark BG .
    Bird does look very attractive specially with the red feathers ... jumping off the dark BG

    Wish you had treated the subjects darks and lights with a bit more gentle approach , both ends have lost some visible details .

    TFS Andreas

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