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Acraftman

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Sorry for being so nosy, is it a JPEG or SOOC? Those red blotches in the shadows are very noticeable and it's only ISO 1000 .... still an amazing shot nevertheless.
It was a raw file (I think) and I did crop it. I was also shooting through heavy foliage and I believe a cyclone fence and it was the blue hour, my mk5ll is quirky about noise in the blacks.
 
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Female Stonechat Saxicola rubicola ...
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Found this peacock just around the corner.
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D7k1

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My Friend Flicker:) (for those of us old enough to remember.....)

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The local swan at the basins.

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I love an unconventional composition with a more unusual aspect ratio (I cropped the swan more to the top because she looks downwards and the empty space gives me a sense of curiosity about what does she see).

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IT'S NOT A SEPIA EFFECT ... I SWEAR :p (it's actually a bit of an oddball White Balance that I find southing for unknown reason).

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The swan said no but the dog said: ALL YOUR BREAD BELONGS TO US (*wink* *wink* anyone who get's the reference).

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Everyone do the quack :p

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"GIVE ME WARP SPEED SCOTTY ... I CAN'T CAP'T'N, SHE'S GONNA BLOW"
I really like your first few swan photos, that white balance suits the subject and creates a lovely mood. I have only recently started trying custom white balance settings myself, and am enjoying the results.
 
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Rainbow Lorikeet. I am told that these are, indeed, some of our most raucous parrots.
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Some more stonechats Saxicola rubicola ...
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L0n3Gr3yW0lf

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I really like your first few swan photos, that white balance suits the subject and creates a lovely mood. I have only recently started trying custom white balance settings myself, and am enjoying the results.
I usually deal with white balance in post since I prefer to shoot RAW and get the most out of the 4/3 sensor. Most of the time I aim for realistic and per moment accuracy unless I have plenty of images to give me room to experiment or the pictures are old enough that I don't remember how the scene was.
 

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Red-tailed Hawk eating a field mouse

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