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Jul 20, 2013 20:02 |  #1

Appreciate some C&C on this cropped photo. I am loving my 400mm 5.6


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Jul 20, 2013 21:41 |  #2

I am seeing f/6.3 from the exif and ISO 6400. I would not expect the softness that I see based on those settings but the bird appears quite soft. Maybe he was moving or shaking?


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Jul 21, 2013 02:54 |  #3

400mm doesn't tolerate a lot of movement the slightest movement can result in soft image


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Jul 27, 2013 08:10 as a reply to  @ stanclark's post |  #4

i think it is not that soft it need little bit processing.
white balance correction, level adjustment, and blurring the background.


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Jul 28, 2013 12:45 as a reply to  @ nittaya's post |  #5

Nittaya, I think now the titmouse looks too processed, overly sharped. But I agree with the others.




  
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