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    Trying to shoot these beauty during landing or take off but without success , they are very quick and agile in air.
    Though this is the best which I could manage.
    Canon 7D , Canon 300mm f/4.0 , 1/2000 , ISO 400 , EC +0.3 .
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    The wing catches the light and looks nice. The higher shutter speed has helped in freezing the wings. They are trying to adapt to human modified and dominated landscape. Any background noise reduction done? Where was this clicked? Thanks for sharing.
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    The backlit wings look nice. Good eye contact. Slight less space on the left would be nice. Thanks for sharing.

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    such a beautiful bird. Nice image...

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    Sabyasachi sir , not much of noise correction is done here since image was almost grain free being at ISO 400.

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    Nice. An unusual image of a common subject. I agree the image looks like it has been treated with noise reduction. The sharper details on the bird seem lacking. Since you didn't use NR, I wonder what caused this.

    TFS

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