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    Posting a bird after a long time.

    This is a frame grab from my Canon Cinema C300 camera. Got this while shooting a documentary. Shot with Canon 100-400 f3.5-5.6L IS USM lens. Just reduced the size to 1000 pixels along horizontal keeping the ratio intact in lightroom.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    Nice perch and eye contact. Liked the symmetry created due to the other branch on the top. Thanks for sharing.

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    Nice shot sir

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    That is some serious image quality for a screengrab
    Might try the recovery slider on the background here, as it seems a little too bright to me.

    TFS

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    No it is not a screen grab. It is a frame grab. In PAL mode I shoot at 25 frames per second. From my editing suite I just pick up one frame and export as jpg. Then resized the 1920x1080 file to 1000 pixels on horizontal. If I increase the brightness by 2/3rd stops then the background starts burning. If I lower the highlights then the background will appear patchy.

    There is also a shot with higher depth of field where the background is more in focus. However, few seconds of this shot will most likely find a place in the final film.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi

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