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Thread: Colourful Beauty----Coppersmith Barbet

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    Default Colourful Beauty----Coppersmith Barbet

    Coppersmith Barbets are mainly fruit eating birds but take sometimes insects, especially winged termites.

    Loaction - Golapbag Campus, The University of Burdwan, WB
    Date Taken: Jan 22, 2015
    Camera: Canon EOS 600D
    Focal Length: 214 mm
    Shutter Speed: 1/250 sec
    Aperture: f/8
    ISO: 1250
    White Balance: Shade
    Metering: Spot
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    Nice. Enjoying berries of the Banyan tree in winter. From here it will go to the mango tree in bloom. Thanks for sharing.SaktiWild

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    Nice eye contact. I think reducing the colour temperature a bit would be good, as presently the whites are looking yellow. Which lens are you using? Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks a lot

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    Madam M. Godbole.....using canon 55-250 Ef lens

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    Nice. ..colourful bird.

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    Thanks a lot. D. Singh

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    Agree with Mrudul's comments. It is looking really yellow. In nature photography it is very important to get the colours right. Too often shots are ruined either because of higher contrast or higher saturation or improper white balance ie. improper colour temperature. I have often seen that photographers in India try to create the look of early morning or late evening sunlight and make the images yellow.

    The other aspect that one needs to realise is that colours also have the ability to take away our attention from the subject. So one needs to handle the post processing with a bit of care. Thanks for sharing.
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