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  1. #11
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    Yeh, way too much contrast on the Seagull. No shadow detail in the breast or tail feathers and some blown highlights.
    Why did you use ISO400 @1/2500th?
    Focus looks good though, have you resolved your problems?

  2. #12
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    hmmm, original looks better (better balance and lighting) but still dull overall. Guess it's just a hazy day?

    For the bird, it's plenty bright enough you could have used ISO100 and still not have any shake.
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  3. #13
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    It was starting to snow and was overcast. I usually shoot at 200 iso. I don't know if I solved the problem. I haven't changed any settings yet. I will redo the seagull later.

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