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    First post in DSRL Video section.
    Created this last year winter with Canon 5d Mark II and 100-400m.
    All Comments and Critics welcome.


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    Kiran,

    I really like the variety of birds that you were able to present.

    The Ultramarine Flycatcher had the best light and water reflection.

    I also like how the images faded between species...

    It looks like you are on your way...

    Jerry

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    Thanks Jerry, appreciate your time.

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    Hello Kiran,
    I really enjoyed your footage, very nice. The music was soothing as were the birds in this magical place. Wish I were there but this was the next best thing! ann

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    Kiran that was really enjoyable. Thanks for posting it. Keep up the great work.
    Cheers
    gary

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    Really nice job. Nice smooth pans at the start. The only things I noted were the distracting background audio which could probably be replaced with other audio (dog barking, mic noise, etc.) and the music transition at 5:22 was a bit abrupt. Color looked nice and consistent.

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    Kiran, liked this a lot. Not sure if you know, but I grew up in Pune and Sinhagad valley was one of my favorite birding spots. I have literally spent hundreds of mornings there with binoculars around the neck. Whenever I travel back home, I go there at least once...more times if time permits. The calling Crested Hawk Eagle( dont know the new name...am used to the old ones) is my favorite part of this.

    Thx for sharing.

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