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IanA 16 3.0k 12 England
21 Dec 2007 8:11PM
This has lost so much of the colour in uploading! Sad

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exposure 15 6.0k England
21 Dec 2007 8:12PM
A Beautiful capture lovely detail lovely tones and composition.
Pauline.
helenlinda Plus
12 366 22 United Kingdom
21 Dec 2007 8:27PM
Brilliant!
Helen
Phil_Morgan 13 182 1 Wales
21 Dec 2007 8:27PM
Colour looks fairly natural to me! Awe inspiring capture, who the F**** is Andy Rouse Wink

Phil.
gooses 16 45 United Kingdom
21 Dec 2007 8:46PM
this is a first class picture - congrats!
chris
bayleaf 12 8 United Kingdom
21 Dec 2007 8:58PM
Great shot and timing. Super.

John
CHIPPYX1X 13 2 England
21 Dec 2007 9:20PM
Beautiful shot great timing. Well Captured
Davey
Draig37 13 252 Wales
21 Dec 2007 9:47PM
good capture - click
Maiwand 13 3 73 England
21 Dec 2007 9:55PM
Absolute top drawer quality.
Ron
Paree 15 616 3
21 Dec 2007 10:16PM
this is one of the most beautiful pictures I have seen on the site
brilliant work
happy Christmas to you
pareen
CarlSN 12 372 1 United Kingdom
21 Dec 2007 10:47PM
The detail in the feathers, the oh so natural colour, the crystal goblets of water.... WOW!
tigertimb 12 40 66 United Kingdom
21 Dec 2007 11:02PM
A truly stunning image and really needs to be seen big to do it justice. A great action shot, freezing time, very sharp and lovely reflections in the water.
Tim
ZenTog 18 7.9k 1 England
21 Dec 2007 11:27PM
better than a rouse kingfisher shot and no bloddy fishtank full of baby goldfish, just fieldcraft I am betting
ZenTog 18 7.9k 1 England
21 Dec 2007 11:27PM
forgot to vote
Goggz 13 2.3k 72 Wales
22 Dec 2007 12:13AM

Quote:This has lost so much of the colour in uploading!
Did you process and upload as an sRGB file?

I had some awful colour changes when I was doing stuff in the Adobe or ProPhoto RGB colour spaces, but now I only process things for Epz in sRGB and they look as they should.

For printing etc. I use the other spaces...

Super shot btw!
Cheers, Goggz
IanA 16 3.0k 12 England
22 Dec 2007 9:30AM
Thanks all. Smile

Yes, seems like Lightroom was using ProPhoto by default! Sorted now, but I won't re-post due to all your lovely comments getting lost! Wink

Thanks again, Ian. Smile
dalecath 13 60 3 United Kingdom
22 Dec 2007 10:55AM

Quote:Better than a rouse kingfisher shot and no bloddy fishtank full of baby goldfish, just fieldcraft I am betting

A bit of luck Paul your get some glasses for christmas.
Still a good shot Ian well done

Dale
Cormy 12 3 England
22 Dec 2007 11:39AM
Stunning.
Cheers
Alan
digitall 13 238 6 Wales
22 Dec 2007 11:57AM
Wow, Stunning.

Allan
hobbs 15 1.3k United Kingdom
22 Dec 2007 1:31PM
Lovely shot Ian, the hard work is paying dividends. Can't wait to see it on my computer screen instead of this phone. Even so the class shows up well.
StevenPrice 15 30 2 England
24 Dec 2007 1:33AM
superb work.

Steve.
seven21 16 225
24 Dec 2007 9:28AM
Excellent series Ian - steve
27 Dec 2007 9:19AM
Excellent action shot.......!!

Cheers and Happy Holidays,
Suzan Smile
IanA 16 3.0k 12 England
29 Dec 2007 12:01AM
Thanks again everyone.

Ian Smile
Newtman 14 2 5
4 Jan 2008 1:45PM
Wonderful shot, Ian. Easily your best kingfisher to date (and that is saying something). Personally, I like the colour the way it is.

Happy new year to you.

David
microchip 12 1 United Kingdom
5 Jan 2008 8:10PM
A superb stunning capture well done,
Alan
Delbon 12 4 England
8 Jan 2008 12:35PM
Excellent capture superb detail

kind regards
Del
alwolf 12 341 3 England
20 Jan 2008 9:06AM
Top quality image...stunning actually
IanA 16 3.0k 12 England
20 Jan 2008 9:25AM
Thanks folks, your comments appreciated.

Ian Smile
csr Plus
12 3 England
30 Jan 2008 10:59PM
Great action shot well done
Chris
PatriciaWilson 16 615 58 Greece
31 Jan 2008 6:57AM
This is the best kingfisher shot I've seen on this site. The colour thing is just a technicality but the patients and dedication that must have gone into reaching your ambition to capture this moment is admirable!
Darned well done!!!

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