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    Another from Upton Country Park

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    1/125, f8, ISO 1600, 403mm




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    Lovely shot
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    Very nice image Stan, though it may benefit from a slight levels adjustment.

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    thanks Trev and Brian

    though it may benefit from a slight levels adjustment
    in what way ?

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    Cracking clarity for 1/125, lovely shot of a lovely bird

    Regards Paul

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    It just looks a little flat on my monitor.

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    thanks for looking Paul

    It just looks a little flat on my monitor.
    had another look at it, the histogram looks almost spot on with the tones spread throughout the range apart from a small gap on the right which is sorted by a quarter stop lift.

    Here is the result, not much in it but on my calibrated screen it looks Ok

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    Good pose, well captured Stan.

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    The re-post looks much better on my monitor. Be interesting to see what others think. Perhaps I need to go to Specsavers!

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    Very nice pose. Well taken Stan

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