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Coot sent on March 05, 2013 (23:03) by Simone_n. 6 comments, 718 views.

at 232mm, 1/250 f/7.1, ISO 200, hand held. Riserva Naturale Lago di Posta Fibreno, Italy. Specie: Fulica atra

Una delle innumerevoli folaghe che si possono trovare presso la Riserva Naturale Lago di Posta Fibreno



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2 persons like it: Barzagli, Nedellis


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avatarmoderator
sent on March 05, 2013 (23:27) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

As you may have noticed is one of the most difficult birds to photograph.
Here you cut a part, you shake, the beak and forehead are sparosi without detail.
Take advantage of the possible deviation of exposure underexposing 8-).
hello and good light, laurel

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sent on March 06, 2013 (11:57) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Being very widespread and in some cases also confidants, if you like as a subject must photograph in the early morning or next to plotting, so that the light is more low as inclination and not violent, as in this case. the best thing, if you is possible, a resume point as low as possible, seize them in an area devoid of sprigs that are interposed between the cameras to the subject. Exposure must always be appropriate to the white beak, if it is right you are a wonderful detail with colors like ivory veined, preferable to have the black underexposed that the burning white but you will see that if the photographers adequate light is good all
good light
In

avatarsupporter
sent on March 06, 2013 (15:29) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

;-)

avatarsenior
sent on March 06, 2013 (18:09) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

I agree with Ollen.

avatarsenior
sent on March 06, 2013 (19:11) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

wow wow wow!

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sent on October 24, 2018 (0:31) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

But I find it beautiful :-)



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