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    Posted: 30 November 2019 at 15:46
This time shot on my new A7RIV with the 200-600mm. While they are kinda messy I like messy backgrounds in some cases

Shot through the branches of a tree!
This is a female. The male few fast a few time but never care to perch anywhere close

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Nice series! #3 is my favorite 'pose'.
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thank you

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oh wow, #3, beautiful!
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thank you very much, though I prefer #1 myself
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Originally posted by nandbytes nandbytes wrote:

thank you very much, though I prefer #1 myself

I agree! It looks as if in #3 sharpening in PP has gone just a bit too far (in the backgrounds)?
Great shots nevertheless, TFS Anand
 



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Originally posted by Fred_S Fred_S wrote:

Originally posted by nandbytes nandbytes wrote:

thank you very much, though I prefer #1 myself

I agree! It looks as if in #3 sharpening in PP has gone just a bit too far (in the backgrounds)?
Great shots nevertheless, TFS Anand


I have sharpened them but not too much actually. I'll look into it again

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