Red Eye Issues

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    Ian,
    Great photo! Did you try to under expose the shot a tiny bit and bump the saturation up a little to make it really pop? This might be the way to really make your photo awesome!
    By the way, the Red eye is Perfectly Focused! In fact the eye in the reflection is pretty well focused too! :)

    Dick
     
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    Nice capture with what look like a back lite bird....well handled!!
     
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    Thanks. Eric, the early morning light is coming from viewers RHS (note the catchlight). I'll play with the saturation, Dick, and see what happens.
     

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