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    One morning in pulicat lake. Canon EOS 1D Mark IV, Canon EF 400mm f2.8 L I USM, EF2xII ie. at 800mm, ISO 1000, f9, 1/1600, handheld, full frame.

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    I like the composition. How come handheld?
    Wish you had got a bit closer. Thanks for sharing.
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    Bibhav,
    The composition is intentional. I got down from the vehicle and focussed on this one. There were others closer to me, however I wanted this composition.

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    Lovely image and very well composed. At ISO 1000 this is amazing. Thanks for sharing.

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    Lovely light here. Nice low angle. I would prefer the egret slightly lower down in the frame.

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    The whites seem blown on my monitor.

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    Nice low angle. I liked the pose and details. A agree with Abhishek about a bit more room on the top. Thanks for sharing.
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    I checked the raw image. The histogram doesn't touch the right frame and the whites are not blown. The whites appeared to be glowing in the morning light. At 100%, there are details but not what one should expect from a Mark IV. After reducing the exposure, more of details are visible. It appears that lot of resolution has been sacrificed by handholding this lens. Even at 1/1600.

    Morale of the story: Use bean bag or tripod when using this camera and lens combination.

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