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    Default Mark IV ISO 1250

    Another pelican image. Pelecanus philippensis.
    Canon EOS 1D Mark IV, Canon EF 400mm F2.8 L IS USM, EF 2xII, ISO 1250, f8, 1/4000, full frame image.

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    Lovely. Would prefer toning the plumage highlights a bit more. I like the central composition. Thanks for sharing. In N'Pattu, is it possible to go down right to the water level and shoot? It would help get a smoother background I believe. (Taking care that you don't end up tumbling into the water with your equipment)
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    Lovely image Sabyasachi, the splash of the water has come out well. Are you shooting from a boat?
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    Bibhav,
    Do you see any blown highlights? The plumage was bright, especially during the bathing sequences.

    These Pelican's were getting scared even if I did a small movement. So I was hiding behind trees and a fence. I was stationary for four hours at a stretch. It was not possible to go to the water level. Also, you will get more of trees in the background if you go for a lower angle.

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    Lovely shot. Fantastic pose and the water droplets add a lot. Nice compo. I dont see any blown highlights.

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    One more classic photograph from Mark IV. The ruffled feathers and the thousands of water droplets are nicely captured. Thanks for sharing.
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    Mrudul Godbole

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    @ Sabyasachi: None of the highlights are blown...
    Good to hear how you photographed them.
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    Fantastic - the composition with the water droplets, emphasizes the birds actions.
    ~ NIKHIL

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    wow what a shot...superb..congrats on your Mark IV ji..

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