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    Location : Kalamb Sea Beach, Nalasopara, Mumbai
    Date : 28.09.14

    Camera: NIKON D200
    Focal Length: 300mm
    Shutter Speed: 1/640 s
    Aperture: f/8
    ISO: 400
    Auto focus, Hand held
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    The flight pose is nice. Is this a big crop, as there seems to be loss of details. Please check the AF point. Thanks for sharing.

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    Mam,

    Not cropped, may be something going wrong during auto focus on subject.

    This shot taken when I was trying to go closure of Bird. The bird was flew away from its sitting position. Immediately i took the shot in flying, may be i could not check the focus on subject.

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    You can check the AF point. While taking flight images, it is better to use center AF point, so it is easier to get the bird in focus. Also while hand holding, there can be movement so you need to use proper hand holding techniques to get the focus right.

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    Thanks Mam

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    Just try to give half a second to the Auto focus to properly lock on to the bird and then click. It may help.

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    Thanks
    Sabyasachi Sir.

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