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An exceptionally beautiful bird, wonderfully captured. The black and yellow working in perfect harmony.
What a charming bird, Ayoob, well captured. Carol
Very pretty bird and well framed in the branches.
A beautiful bird, well-framed Ayoob. You could almost crop a bit off the left to leave the bird on a left-hand third.
This is lovely! What an attractive little bird.
such a pretty bird and I am glad you havent cropped it
brilliant detail wonderful colour and tones a real belter nice one
What a beautiful looking bird - nice one
Great capture of this beautiful bird, Ayoob ... Carol
A very nice looking little bird, excellent photo, very good quality detail like it a lot, regards Leon.
very fine capture Ayoob nice work
Pondering--- looking for morning?
Like the colouring of the bird here Ayoob.
Excellent capture. Well done
Stunning capture. Great work.
I simply love this outstanding beautiful photograph!
A lovely little bird, one I haven't seen on here before........Sandy
Perfectly captured. Amazing bird.
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If you’ve ever dealt with high-contrast lighting - a landscape under direct sunlight or a brightly-lit screne shot from inside a darkened room - you’ll appreciate what Active D-Lighting has to offer!
If you have the camera on a tripod during live view, you can zoom in on your subject in the monitor for precise focus.
For subjects that are in motion, choose Dynamic-area AF.
If your subject is poorly lit, shutter speed will slow and pictures may be blurred. You can choose a high ISO sensitivity for faster shutter speeds and sharper images.
This option controls how autofocus adjusts to sudden large changes in the distance to the subject during continuous-servo AF.