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    Canon EOS 1D Mark IV, Canon EF 400mm f2.8 L IS USM, EF2xII ie. at 800mm, f8, 1/1000, ISO 500, EV: -1/3, full frame

    This image of openbilled storks is from Ranganathittu bird sanctuary.

    Look forward to your comments.

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    Sabyasachi
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    Nice interaction captured. I am thinking a vertical composition would also have looked good. Thanks for sharing.
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    Nice. The whites are well-exposed. Lovely poses. The legs look a little soft on my monitor, though the entire body is covered within the DOF...
    TFS

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    The -1/3 has helped nicely. I agree that a vertical would have looked better. Was it cloudy? Some catchlight would have been awesome. The pose looks very intimate. Thanks for sharing
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    I agree that a vertical would have been better in this case. When the boat reached the scene, the moment was about to be over. My camera was in horizontal mode and the openbilled stork was about to turn its face. So I clicked one image and then turned it to vertical. By that time, the head had turned and the moment was gone. :-(

    Abhishek,
    The leg is in focus. However, the pink and whites of the leg without much of contrast and with mild highlight gives such an impression.

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    Lovely interaction & behaviour captured, agree about the vertical composition.
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