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Thread: Ranthambre diary May-15

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    Default Ranthambre diary May-15

    Yellow oriole or golden oriole.
    Canon EOS 7D , Canon 500mm f/4 , 1/4000 , -0.3 step , f/4 , ISO = 400 , Handheld.
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    Waah Sirjee, 500 mm is producing great results, lovely image, Nice clean BG, wish the foreground not be there, would have enhanced the image further...

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    Nice sighting. I like the eye contact. I think it is about the fly off. Some sharpening artifacts are visible. Is it a large crop?

    In wildlife photography no focal length can be long enough for all situations.

    At times one can use 1/4000, if there is some great action or for clicking extreme fast moving birds. Did you click any image with a narrow aperture? Thanks for sharing.
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    Sabyasachi

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    Sabyasachi da , reason for using 1/4000 shutter speed is that the bird was very agile and kept moving from one branch to another very swiftly. This is a full frame shot and no crop , a normal sharpening is done.

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    Nice muted colors and eye contact.Great capture of a very skittish bird.Thanks for sharing.

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    Nice image. It looks like a female. Colours have come out natural which I like so much.Thanks for sharing. SaktiWild

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    It is Female, pretty nice shot with haldheld camera. They really love fruits of Neem tree. Thanks for sharing.

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