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Eurasian Owl

Eurasian Owl
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3 Comments | Report
Witmar
 
Witmar April 24, 2017
great picture
ShemCreek
 
ShemCreek April 24, 2017
Thank you
mmorabito PRO+
 
mmorabito October 22, 2017
This is awesome. How did you do it?

Behind The Lens

Location
Taken in Awendaw,S.C.
Time
Midday December
Lighting
There was little light when I was shooting so I took some chances and hoped I could bring out the subject in Lightroom.
Equipment
I was using a Nikon D5100,A Nikon 55-300pm lense with a tripod and remote.
Inspiration
I photograph owls alot and the background colors and owl position made for the perfect shot.
Editing
I use Lightroom on all photographs and have developed my own presets.
In my camera bag
A 55-300 lense and a wide angle lense.I try to travel light.
Feedback
I'd do my homework as to where to find owls as they are not plentiful everywhere. Search out the local bird sanctuaries. That's a good place to start.

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