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    Default Crested Serpent Eagle

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    f5.6, 1/200sec, Iso 400, EV +1, 400mm, eval metering, practically full-frame
    canon 60D, canon 100-400 L IS USM, bean bag support
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    Nice shot, Bhargava. Wish you had an all-green BG. Nevertheless, you have done well to expose the bird against the harsh sky. A more off-centred placement of the bird would have been better in my opinion... I guess you placed it this way as you wanted to frame it with the tree trunk on the left. What do you mean by "practically full frame"?
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    Abhishek

    One reason is what you said, but to be honest, there was sufficient time to try composing differently as well. In fact, I have a few images with more space to the left and less on the right. However, I find this better as the bird is not perched at exactly 90 deg but is slightly diagonal..
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    Sry..had forgotten to mention earlier- practically full-frame because I had cropped a very slight portion from the top..less than 5%
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    Slightly more space at the right would have been better. If you are close, what is the need for cropping?

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    Sabyasachi

    The reason for cropping was a distracting branch at the top of the frame..
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    Good eye contact. Nice details. Agree with the above comments. Thanks for sharing.
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    Mrudul Godbole

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