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    The preferred habitat of the Barn Swallow is open country with low vegetation, such as pasture, meadows and farmland, preferably with nearby water. Such type of habitat is found in the Ramsar Site of Kolkata, i.e. East Kolkata Wetlands, Saltlake. Though this site is very close to urban crowding and high-rise buildings.
    Canon 7D Mark II + Sigma 150-600 mm C
    Date: 04/02/2017
    Focal Length: 600 mm
    Shutter Speed: 1/1000 sec
    Aperture: f/8
    ISO: 500
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    Head on shot , Nice close up, Like different perspective.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mangru Minz View Post
    Head on shot , Nice close up, Like different perspective.
    Thanks a lot for the comment

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    In this cropped composition, the horizontal is a bit longer. Our eyes are acquainted with the 35mm format proportions and any deviations makes us look at the image to find out why the deviation has been done. So generally it takes away attention from the subject. In this case, the wider horizontal gives an impression of fat bird, which it is not. How much of a crop is this? Thanks for sharing.

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    Agree a more proportionate crop would have strengthened the composition. Which software are you using to process images? Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sabyasachi Patra View Post
    In this cropped composition, the horizontal is a bit longer. Our eyes are acquainted with the 35mm format proportions and any deviations makes us look at the image to find out why the deviation has been done. So generally it takes away attention from the subject. In this case, the wider horizontal gives an impression of fat bird, which it is not. How much of a crop is this? Thanks for sharing.

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    thanks for the valuable suggestion sir.....it was cropped upto 70 percent

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrudul Godbole View Post
    Agree a more proportionate crop would have strengthened the composition. Which software are you using to process images? Thanks for sharing.
    thanks for the comment madam.....I have used Canon Professional 4.0

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