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Lens: DA*300 Camera: K5IIs Photo Location: Necedah, WI. ISO: 100 Shutter Speed: 1/1000s Aperture: F5.6 
Posted By: c.perkins, 10-08-2017, 10:32 AM

This guy went from one tree to another tree and then decided he had enough of me and took off
At least I got them

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10-08-2017, 03:44 PM   #2
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He was keeping a close eye on you.
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Very nice
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He was keeping a close eye on you.
Oh yes he was.

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Very nice
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Lovely photos of one of my favorite birds. Wonderful job with the K5iis and long telephoto in preventing/controlling CA, or was it adjusted in PPE? No matter, still beautiful work.

Thanks,

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Lovely photos of one of my favorite birds. Wonderful job with the K5iis and long telephoto in preventing/controlling CA, or was it adjusted in PPE? No matter, still beautiful work.

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Tonytee;

With the DA*300 on the K5IIs there is not much I do in PP.
I have LR do the auto tones which is upping the exposure cause I underexpose when taking a photo, then adjust from that.
Have learned to under rather than over expose a photo cause you can save it if things go wrong.
I mess with the whites and blacks a bit.
Add a little clarity, vibrance and sharpening( a couple taps, just cause).

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Very nice shots of a pretty bird of prey.
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