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Thread: eurasian collared dove

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    Default eurasian collared dove

    f 6.3, 127mm, 1/400, iso 100
    April 2018, canon sx530 inbult 215mm
    anjar kutch gujrat
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    flowers look really beautiful as well as the bird.

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    thank you very much

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    Nice. I feel a slight less space on the right and more on the left and placing it a bit lower in the frame would have strengthened the composition. The image looks a bit soft. Is this a crop? Are you using digital zoom? Thanks for sharing.

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    Agree with the previous comments. In wildlife photography the first thing that you have to try for is sharpness. If the image is not sharp then it is discarded. It doesn't matter if the size of the subject is frame filling or not. People try to crop and get the subject big in the frame but get the sharpness wrong. So that needs to be avoided. You can check TNA Perumal's booklet on Wildlife Photography https://www.indiawilds.com/forums/sh...by-TNA-Perumal

    There is a slight yellowish green colour cast. You can check the white balance. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi

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    thank you so much

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    thank you very much

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