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Thread: Blackwinged Stilt, Mangalajodi

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    Default Blackwinged Stilt, Mangalajodi

    A Blackwinged Stilt forages in the evening in Mangalajodi aka the 'backwaters of Chilika'.

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    PENTAX K 10D
    PENTAX SMC DA* 300mmF4 ED(IF) SDM

    Exposure Bias Value: -0.3 EV
    Exposure Program: Aperture priority
    Exposure Time: 1/1250 sec
    F-Number: F4
    Focal Length: 300.0 mm
    ISO Speed Ratings: 100
    Metering Mode: Multi-segment

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    Aditya
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    nice and sharp. good shot. would have preferred the BG a bit lighter.. but thats not always an option
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    Bibhav Behera
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    Nice environmental shot, I like the way feather detail has been retained.

    Apana

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    Hi Aditya,

    Sharp shot. Liked the pose and the low angle. Would have loved a bit more eye contact.

    Nice composition.
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    Mrudul Godbole

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    Aditya,

    I like the low angle. The image is sharp. I would have loved a bit of head twist towards you. That would have enhanced the eye contact. I might have been tempted to use ISO 200 and f8 in this scene. That would have given some more depth of field and brought the vegetation into focus.

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