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|Little Egret Egretta garzetta|
is a common Egret in Camargue
main difficulty in shooting white birds is overexposure of parts of the plumage. In this picture no exposure correction was used because the bird just flew by and I had no time to do it resulting in almost overexposed breast and neck, but I am still happy with the overall result.
Thanks for any critique
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you did not have time but you still managed to obtain
details of the white plumage, an excellent in-flight photo,
shot with a fine POV, superbly focused on the birds
speedy flight, with excellent sharpness and details, TFS
- [2010-06-16 20:48]
Nice photo of this Egretta garzetta in fly, TFS!
very nice in flight shot. White birds are really difficult to shoot, if you want details. However you have managed to get quite of it under the wing. Nice backdrop.
- [2010-06-17 5:06]
Fanatstic flight shot of the Little egret with superb sharpness and detaisl in the plumage.
I perfectly understand the difficulties inb shooting egrets. If I may ask, have you tried adjusting the levels to minimalise the harm done by over exposure? Nevertheless it is a beautiful picture against a lovely clean background.
Thanks for the share,
Wonderful inflight shot, excellent light management, fine sharp details and good POV. Well done!