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nice pix. forest kingfisher I assume? guess the repaired lens does the biz.
if you could darken the top rhs it would lift the image a bit. you got great contrasting colours around the bird but the bright stuff at the top catches the eye a bit
Cheers Stephen. Yes, Forest Kingfisher.
Good call on the brighter section. I did use the highlight slider to reduce it some already, ands as it looked much better than originally, I went with it. But good to get feedback from a fresh set of eyes to know that it needs more.
The Tamron seems to be performing better than it was originally, my keeper rate has improved. And I think the quality of the images is a bit better, the adjustments they did seem to have made a difference.
Very nice Brad. Good colours with the bird well-placed in the frame. I think the rear view with the head turned works well in these. I agree with Stephen about the bright background in the first image.
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