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    Default Pied king fisher

    Canon 60D 200MM EF 2.8 L USM-2OOMM,ISO400 1/800s ,2.8F, AV Potographed near Vilaspur tank, Bidar outskirts,early morning hours.Cropped about 30%.
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    LOvely Frame !! looks bit over exposed to me.

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    Nice sighting. Good perch. If possible moving just a bit more to the right would have enhanced the eye contact further. There is come noise in the background, maybe due to the crop. Wish it was closer. Thanks for sharing.
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    Nice picture. Agree with the above comments on the exposure. Maybe a lower ISO (or a narrower aperture) would have controlled the light.

    The details of the blacks have come out well and loved the composition of the subject towards the left.

    thanks for sharing

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    Rajan

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    Cute bird.

    One thing you can do is have a look at the image immediately after clicking. If the image is overexposed there should be blinking highlights. I hope that option is on. You can also check the histogram. The histogram option if you switch on, you can see whether it is touching the right side or not. Histogram completely touching the right frame means some areas are overexposed. Using a negative exposure compensation in that situation would be of help in controlling the exposure.

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    Nice image. like the eye contact and clean BG. agree on the whties being blown.

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