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    Default Jungle Fowl.

    Have been wanting a decent shot of this colorful and elusive bird for over three years. Sighted many of them in Kaziranga. Canon 7D. EF 100-400L IS USM; TV Mode; 1/500; f 5.6; ISO 800; About 30% cropped out on all sides.
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    Beautiful image.......

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    Nice image sir.lovely colours and eye contact.a lower angle if possible wud been great
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    Little over saturated, Like to see little space all around and crop must be in a proportion (landscape or portrait) .Nice click. thanks for sharing.

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    Lovely colours. Nice eye contact. Agree a lower angle if possible would have added to the composition. A more rectangular composition with slight more space on the left would have been good. Thanks for sharing.

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    Nice to see a jungle fowl. The red channel is a bit hot and has lost details (in the crest). the blacks in the underparts have also lost details. So lowering the contrast and pulling up the shadows will be of help. Thanks for sharing.
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    Sabyasachi

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