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Great Egret

Great Egret
Photographed byCraig Greer on Mon 6th Nov, 2017 and uploaded on Mon 17th Jul, 2017 .
CommentJust as the shoreline at Herdsman Lake fell into shadow the last rays of the afternoon sun lit up some reeds in the distance which created a nice soft colour palette as the background to this Eastern Great Egret feeding nearby.
EquipmentNikon D500 + 600mm f/4 FL ED + 1.4 TC
Ground pod

Aperture Value: 4.971
Body Serial Number:
Color Space: Uncalibrated
Contrast: Normal
Custom Rendered: Normal process
Date Time Digitized: 6 Nov 2016, 6:34:22 PM
Date Time Original: 6 Nov 2016, 6:34:22 PM
Exif Version: 2.2.1
Exposure Bias Value: 0
Exposure Mode: Manual exposure
Exposure Program: Manual
Exposure Time: 1/640
File Source: DSC
Flash: No Flash
FNumber: 5.6
Focal Length: 850
Focal Length In 35mm Film: 1,275
Focal Plane Resolution Unit: centimeters
Focal Plane X Resolution: 2,360.86
Focal Plane Y Resolution: 2,360.86
Gain Control: None
ISO Speed Ratings: 400
Lens Model: 600.0 mm f/4.0
Lens Specification: 600, 600, 4, 4
Light Source: unknown
Max Aperture Value: 5
Metering Mode: Pattern
Pixel X Dimension: 667
Pixel Y Dimension: 1,050
Saturation: Normal
Scene Capture Type: Standard
Scene Type: A directly photographed image
Sensing Method: One-chip color area sensor
SensitivityType: Recommended exposure index (REI)
Sharpness: Normal
Shutter Speed Value: 1/640
Subject Distance Range: unknown
Sub-second Time: 59
Sub-second Time Digitized: 59
Sub-second Time Original: 59
White Balance: Auto white balance
Image Number: 30,824
Lens ID: 172
Lens Info: 600, 600, 4, 4
Lens Model: 600.0 mm f/4.0
Serial Number:
LocationHerdsman Lake, Perth (Western Australia)
Keywordsfeeding, breeding plumage
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