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    Default Dragon Fly

    Canon 40D; 70-300 IS
    SS:1/60
    AP:8.0
    FL:300
    ISO:320
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    Beautiful. The colours and the details on the wings are great. The leaf edge also gives a nice feel to the composition. Wish the light green OOF part at the left corner was not present. Overall a lovely image. Thanks for sharing.
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    Beautiful image. Lovely details and beautiful perch. I wonder why f8 has not covered the wings completely, that too at 300mm

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    Nice image. It is sharp. I would like a bit more detail in the blacks on the tail.
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    Bibhav Behera
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    Beautiful colours well captured.
    Ahiraj, TFS.

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    I agree with Mrudul. The out of focus green patch takes away the attention. However, a nice image. There is subject movement. When objects are close, the dept of field becomes less. The intermediate ISOs produce higher noise as they are extrapolated by software. So it is better to use ISO 400 than ISO 320. Thanks for sharing.

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    Sabyasachi

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