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Thread: Rufous Treepie......After Bath

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    Default Rufous Treepie......After Bath

    Cuttack, Odisha

    Canon 5D Mark IV
    Canon EF 100-400mm L IS II USM
    Canon EF 1.4x III

    f/8, 1/1600sec , ISO :400, 560mm, Pattern Metering, Hand held, Cropped.
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    Nice. The low angle looks good. Liked the eye contact. There seems to be some loss of details. How much crop is this? The compositions looks fine. Thanks for sharing.

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    This is a big crop from the original image, so there is loss of details. As presently the bird is quite small in the frame, getting the AF point right can be difficult. After you are able to get one or two images, you can try to slowly move in (preferably crawl) or you can use a hide to go near the bird to get it bigger in the frame.

    You can also try to create environmental compositions if the bird is a bit far. In this case having more space on the left of the bird and less on the right would have enhanced the composition further. Thanks for sharing.

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    Thank you Mam for guiding.

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    I agree with Mruduls comments. If you want to click birds, then crawling on the ground is a skill that needs to be acquired. You will be surprised how close you can go if you crawl. However, your washing machine will be overburdened with dirty clothes.

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