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Chestnut-tailed Starling
© tarik hasan

this photo was taken from Satchari National forest, Habiganj, Bangladesh. The name of bird is Chestnut-tailed Starling. It was drinking honey from the flowers.


© tarik hasan

Photo Information for Chestnut-tailed Starling

Taken with Canon Canon EOS 70D

  • 250 mm
  • 1/3200
  • f f/5.6
  • ISO 500
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Focus is not where we feel works best would be the rejection, if it was sharp enough a tiny crop on the right and spot heal or clone out the big branch.

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I`d clone out the tree trunk on the right, and crop a bit of that side off (about 1/2 the space between the tail tips and the border).  Then try and get the eye on the back bird a bit crisper.  It may be hard to do as you have some motion blur happening.  I have submitted with "slight motion blur on rear bird as it takes to flight" type comments in the title and they almost always are accepted.

The background blur and colour against the starling colour is really nice.

I don't know if it is from being over sharpened or just from uploading to the gallery but check for artifacts across the top of the body on the lower bird

is it better now??

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potentially useful work, it is better


can be a little paint the eyes, beak, remove noise between a bird and flower, borderline image, yes.. I like it



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