Snowy Egret Shake

Discussion in 'Nature' started by Phocal, Mar 15, 2015.

  1. Phocal

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  2. Clicka

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    Peter Campbell
    They were fun to flip through. They're all great. Sorry, Can't help your decision.
     
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  4. maritan

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    I prefer the second one (14). My reason is due to the fact processing can bring some details of the face/ eyes out while still showing the shake to dry action...

    Great sequence all said!
     
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    Emily
    Agree with maritan on #14, if the face details can be brought out. As presently processed, my favorite is 18 because it shows the face well and still shows feathers in fluffed-up positions, even though it doesn't really convey the "shake" as well as the earlier shots.

    Cool shots!
     
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