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Old 23rd January 2018
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Re: Greater Blue Eared Starling

I think the sun is high in the sky and behind the photographer. Hard to light the underside of the bird's body. I'm guessing it was too far away for fill-in flash. Maybe something would be possible in post processing to add extra brightness or extra exposure to the underside of the bird's body depending on software available and also depending on whether you believe in that sort of thing for wildlife photography.
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