Call Me Sir!

© Mitchell S. Speert

Call Me Sir!

Uploaded: October 25, 2007


Indian Peacock (Pavo cristatus)
270mm, F/5.6, 1/800

Exif: F Number: 5.6, Exposure Bias Value: +0, Exposure Time: 10/8000, Flash: flash did not fire, White Balance: auto white balance, Focal Length: 270mm, Camera Model: NIKON D70


Joan Powell October 31, 2007

Excellent color on this wonderful close-up !! #775388

Mitchell S. Speert October 31, 2007

Thanks, Joan! I actually didn't do any boosting to the saturation at all. Male Peacocks have a very strong irridescent blue color. This image is even more striking on Kodak Metallic paper (too bad I can't show that here). #5010714

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