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    22/1/2013,,,,,dandeli
    Camera NIKON D7000
    Focal Length 420mm
    Shutter Speed 1/50 sec
    Aperture f/5.6
    ISO/Film 320
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    Lovely bird.

    The blurring is distracting. Can you just post an image without blurring the habitat. If you blur the perch and habitat, then people will not know whether this is a captive bird or a wild one. Though in India, a majority of the "new breed photographers" extensively manipulate images - and some of the publications don't realise that - these images cannot be used for editorial applications.

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    Cute bird. Agree with the above comments, due to blurring and cloning the natural look of the image is lost. There seems to be some noise in the tail feathers. Appreciate if you posted images with minimal post processing. Thanks for sharing.
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    Mrudul Godbole

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    Mrudul Godbole
    Sabyasachi Patra without blurring and cloning ,,,,,this post
    natural background

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    Nice image Raj. The eye contact is lovely and the details have come out well. The right part of the bark seems unusually soft, maybe thats why Sabyasachi and Mrudul felt that a touchup job was done. It somehow gives that feeling. Great if its natural. Thanks for sharing.

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