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Thread: Painted spurfowl RTR diary May-18

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    Default Painted spurfowl RTR diary May-18

    Sometimes common subjects makes good images when placed at right place at right lighting .
    Here Painted spurfowl came out of dense bush while we were waiting at the water hole due to alarm call.
    Canon EOS 5D M IV , Canon 500mm f/4 IS L USM , 1/1000 , f/8 , ISO-800 , Hand held , -1/3 step.
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    It would have been awesome if a sliver of light would have illuminated the bird. That would have made the image great. The rocks in the background do take away the attention a bit due to their lighter colour scheme. No amount of toning down the brightness can help as colours play a big role in directing our attention. A bit more brightness would have been nice.

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    Normally our focus is only on the bigger mammals and we miss some interesting sightings like this. The vertical composition looks good. Agree if it was just a 2-3 steps ahead, you might have got the light on it. But that can be difficult to judge before hand. If you have a series of photographs, you might have one when it is in light. Thanks for sharing.

    Liked the b/w composition also.

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