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  • wet galahs

    saw these two in a large gum tree getting shelter as best as they could.
    let me get a pic or two before having had enough and flying away. is a pair with the male on the left
    d5 600f4 1/1000 f4 iso 3200.
    2nd pic not sharp on the female flying away but I liked wing position and water flying off.
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    Last edited by avkomp; 20-09-2022, 10:58 PM.
    Stephen Davey. Nikon Shooter

  • #2
    Lovely colours in this one and I think the background complements the subjects. Great to have the birds facing each other in #1. I can see why you like #2 because of the wing position and feeling of movement - it's a bit hard to see the water drops at this size.
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    • #3
      I love a good galah shot and these are up there Stephen. i notice some blown areas but maybe because of image size?
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      • #4
        Didn't think there was blown stuff. Will check later tho
        Stephen Davey. Nikon Shooter

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        • Isac
          Isac commented
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          Just what my eyes see Stephen. On the crests and the fanned tail. Maybe blown wasn't the right word, perhaps too bright may have been better

        • avkomp
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          ok was just below being blown, so have edited the images and added some highlight reduction to the crest and tail area

      • #5
        Will have tocheck now though, or I won't sleep.......
        Stephen Davey. Nikon Shooter

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        • #6
          both images have had shadow highlight selectively on the crest and tail. seems to have brought that down a bit.
          just hadnt noticed cos it didnt show any blown stuff in acr. just didnt look hard enough, I guess. will sleep better now anyhow.
          Thanks for pointing that out to me
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          • #7
            Beautiful shots. I do like the pose in the first one with the birds facing each other.
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            • #8
              Lovely!

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