Dr Ernoe Barsi  

Mirror by Dr Ernoe Barsi

July 2024 - Mirror

About the Image(s)

Camera parameters and settings:
Camera body: Canon EOS R7 MKII
Lens: Canon EF 70-200/F:2,8 IS USM
ISO 200; F.5; 75 mm, 1/800 sec

Black Stork in Kiskunsag National Park of Hungary.

I made this photo from Bence Mate's underwater hide, with One-way glass. I trying to take picture with mirror. The bird is coming so nearby, it was only partially successful.
I developed the raw image in Adobe Lightroom. I've utilized crop, exposure correction, texture, vibrance lens profile, luminance noise correction and sharpening. In Adobe Photoshop, I have used levels settings, image size and compression parameters. Finally I have applied Topaz sharpen AI.

5 comments posted

Sylvia Williams   Sylvia Williams
This is a fantastic shot! I had to look up Bence Mate's underwater hide - looks like an amazing opportunity.   Posted: 07/09/2024 19:15:39
Dr Ernoe Barsi   Dr Ernoe Barsi
Thank you Sylvia! In Bence's hide I can take many interesting photos in 48 hours. Maybe I will post more of them in the following months.
Sorry, the camera body was actually Canon EOS 7D Mk II   Posted: 07/10/2024 08:01:45

Peter Hornbostel   Peter Hornbostel
What a symmetry, Erno! This is really a great photo. In our region we will see the black stork not so often - and he is a bit shy. This one is for the gallery!   Posted: 07/10/2024 09:46:53
Dr Ernoe Barsi   Dr Ernoe Barsi
Thank you Peter. Bence Mate's hide is in the little fish pond, in nesting period birds are flying there for taking feed. With the one-way glass, you can take photos without disturbing them.   Posted: 07/10/2024 10:17:00

Kathleen Sewell   Kathleen Sewell
Wow, what a beautiful and unique bird! This is a striking and artistic shot!! I agree with Peter, the symmetry is impressive. And a perfect soft background to complement it. Lovely colors and detail as well!   Posted: 07/10/2024 18:00:41


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