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    Went for a walk from home and spotted this. I don't normally do wildlife, not up to the standard to post here.

    I think the title should be "You looking at me"

    walk03 by Stackman1, on Flickr


    Thanks for looking

    Chris
    Last edited by Stackman; 15-04-2019 at 19:55.

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    Scary stuff, good round the eyes, sadly out of focus at the front of the bill, interesting shot though

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    What a great shot
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    Cracking shot, the eyes are perfectly sharp

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    An interesting shot, but the front of the beak is out of focus. I see from flickr you took it wide open at f/5.6. I almost always shoot at f/8 and often f/11 to extend the depth of field. Lenses also tend to produce better images when stopped down.

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    Thanks for the comments.

    I was trying out the 400mm, I had taken some photos of Red Deer at the weekend and wasn't happy with the results. I took others at f8 and f11. The f11 is below, but the best expression was the one I posted. Even F11 the beak is not fully sharp.

    walk02 by Stackman1, on Flickr

    Chris

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