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a Razorbill

Discussion in 'Birds' started by Randy, May 16, 2018.

  1. from 2014, a Razorbill at The Farne Islands, the pic was reprocessed using Dx0 and LR on a D4 ISO 1250 file. Lens was 80-400

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  2. West

    West

    Jan 2, 2012
    Vancouver BC
    Great shot, looks similar to a Cormorant.
     
  3. Wow - so sharp. I think I can see your reflection in the pupil of its eye!
     
  4. Butlerkid

    Butlerkid Cafe Ambassador Moderator

    Apr 8, 2008
    Rutledge, Tennessee
    Karen
    Fine detail and capture! To me the composition seems a bit awkward. Perhaps a bit more neck would balance the image.
     
  5. thanks

    I agree on the crop. I can't go down unless I want to do a lot of cloning so I tried going up

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  6. thanks Peter
    thanks buddy....this reminds me of how good the 80-400 is
     
  7. Nice closeup. The bird is a European (or Common) Shag, Phalacrocorax aristotelis, a species of Cormorant.
     
  8. My thoughts exactly. Killer detail too.
     
  9. Now that is one piece of work Randy, superb job and tack sharp.
     
  10. That one is a killer
     
  11. I agree with others - nice sharp details.
     
  12. thanks Alan
    thanks Darrell
    thanks Louie
    thanks Bobby
     
  13. Excellent details, Randy. Interesting why we all move on to the newest gear when you look at shots like this. Making me feel better that I'm still shooting my D4.
     
  14. Thanks Dan
     
  15. Great derail and color Randy.
     
  16. Thanks Rick
     
  17. really nice shot Randy. I love the green eye
     
  18. Thanks Alexis
     
  19. What a handsome bird and perfect portrait.
     
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