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    Default Fulmar Portrait

    Got very close to a Fulmar rafting on the sea , could not get the whole bird in the frame with the lens I had on so have cropped in for a portrait shot.
    Fulmar ( Fulmaris glacialis ) by Steve Dawes, on Flickr
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    Default Re: Fulmar Portrait

    Great shot Steve. Lovely detail of the bill.
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    Default Re: Fulmar Portrait

    Lovely detailed shot

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    Great image. Good detail in this portrait
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    Default Re: Fulmar Portrait

    Superbly detailed image Steve.

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    Default Re: Fulmar Portrait

    Thanks guys
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    Default Re: Fulmar Portrait

    Subtly superb.

    It is a simple unassuming image initially, but with some further thought regarding the quality and composition, the image just exudes class.
    Colin



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    Default Re: Fulmar Portrait

    Thanks Colin , much appreciated
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    Default Re: Fulmar Portrait

    Quote Originally Posted by colin C View Post

    It is a simple unassuming image initially, but with some further thought regarding the quality and composition, the image just exudes class.
    Couldn't agree more. The tricky exposure is spot on.

    Brian

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