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11-16-2021, 06:53 PM   #106
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The images are very nice,
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Very nice shots Ian.
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much is just how clean and sharp your images are! The clarity is really nice. Extremely minimal ISO noise and very sharp, but not oversharpened, details. Punchy contrast and a pleasing vibrance, that still appears fairly natural.
This is something that I always strive for

There is a balancing acted when it comes to how and what to process. I always try a stay away from using the sharpening and the clarity sliders as this can have a negative affect on how noise and just as important how the OOF background will appear. The very same can be said with micro contrast and fine contrast adjustments.

Starting off with a image that already has good sharpness and nailed focus can really reduce how much and the appearance of that noise in the image. Once you start to apply sharpening to combat these errors you are then left with using NR to then combat the introduced highlight brought to the already present noise from the captured image.

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A few more the the D800 and 200-400 with 1.7 tc





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Taken with the D810 and 200-400 F4 II
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A sew more taken with the D800 and the 200-400 4 II




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Nice images Ian! Particularly like the woodpecker taken with the D810 and 200-400 F4 II.
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Nice images Ian! Particularly like the woodpecker taken with the D810 and 200-400 F4 II.
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Another with the D800 and 200-400

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D800 and the 200-400



D800 with the 70-200 and reverse mounted 50 1.8 and 1.4 tc

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