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Author 'Gilbair' (Id 221299 ) : But no, the Red Tail is not like the doves to be taken by the oci, as could letting him hear the title. Simply a lady in Red Tail who is about to feed its brood.
Photo taken at Montricher (Switzerland) with a camera Pentax K5 with a zoom 18-200mm, 1/200 sec, F 8. 0, focal length 200 mm, ISO 100.

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EXIF : Camera: Pentax k 5 | Objectif: Tamron AF 18-200mm F/3.5-6.3 XR Di II LD Aspherique IF Macro
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> Gontrand62 [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Oct 24, 2015
I also think over-exposure can catch up if you shoot in RAW and I personally would have deleted the bottom of the beam and may be, but then I say may be restated, this would be well that it have the EXIF data, but otherwise it is a picture that deserves to be a stop there.
> Nenfer13 [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Oct 23, 2015
A beautiful and interesting image of this beautiful bird with its prey in its beak. The sharpness of an image is of course dependent on the quality of the lens, but here I think more of an overexposure that has a lack of sharpness. It was not the EXIF of your photos to enjoy the exhibition and the settings, it is a pity. In post processing you can improve things. I'll spend retouching.
 > Author Gilbair [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Oct 24, 2015
I am convinced by the editing. Very significant improvement. I shall try to remember the lesson.
I can spend the EXIF but I do not know how because the file is relatively long. I should do from my point of view 2 screen shots...
 > Nenfer13 [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Oct 24, 2015
Thank you Gilbair appreciate the editing. For the EXIF, each photo file includes EXIF, but sometimes the editing software, or photo management may remove them, it is necessary to check this in the options or configuration of your software.
 > Gilbair >Reply
Oct 25, 2015
I have a lot to learn... The 'EXIF' I didn't know the term until now, but I use it because it is from this that I give the details on the shooting conditions photos. I have also observed that, after correction I could see them more, but I always keep the original of course. Since this year I included the copyright in these EXIF, but I don't know if this is really something, perhaps eventually as proof !
I stammers with 'Photofiltre 7' and 'GIMP2' for the corrections, if I know 5% is the devil. GILBAIR.

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 > Gilbair >Reply
Oct 25, 2015
I have the impression that my comments don't go where you expect ! See response to a comment from nenfer13. Gilbair.
 > Nenfer13 [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Oct 25, 2015
Hello Gilbair, reassures you I have well received your comment in response to mine regarding the EXIF, I've even been double.
> Ninik [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Oct 22, 2015
When the background is blurred and almost plain, there is a way to add material at the top with the buffer and cut off the unwanted part at the bottom. I am attaching a touch-up to show you what I mean. Of course there is no question here of sharpness or definition, because it should do this editing on the original.
> Le fan belfortain [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Oct 20, 2015
This female red-tail is well clear and she looks very proud to be his capture. It pleases me this photo : bravo Gilbair and thank you. A little more contrast on the bird and framing, reducing the beam... no ?
> Jofu [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Oct 20, 2015
+ : The scene is interesting and well framed on a solid background that does not disturb.
- : The beam seems to me a bit too much and the bird lacks sharpness.
 > Author Gilbair [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Oct 20, 2015
Hello, ,
I had tried to reduce the beam by magnifying the main topic, but this decreased strongly the definition of the image. So I left the beam...
Increase the sharpness ? Maybe.
I am waiting for a board and am very interested.
Thank you in advance. Gilbair.
 > Jofu [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Oct 20, 2015
I make a finding but I don't have advice to give . The sharpness depends on the lens quality me it seems.
 > Author Gilbair [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Oct 20, 2015
I know that my goal is not the top, far from it.
I do not despair of being able to buy something better ! I already have a good camera (at least to me it seems) it's a start.
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