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Beautiful egret captures, mitesh; they're pretty rare here, and when I manage to spot one I usually overexpose the whites...
For example: I often use aperture priority for water birds, since light and background can change faster than I can manually adjust; at least I was quick enough to dial in -2/3 stop of exposure compensation when this egret showed up while I was watching RWBB's in some cattails. Without that, I'm sure I'd have blown the feather detail in the fairly bright sunlight 45 minutes past dawn...when I have time to make several test shots, I'll use manual programming to keep the camera from trying to make the dawn look as bright as the noon hour.
I expect your thousands of hours of practice are what make it look so easy (and certainly more than a bit of talent),
but I can only admire that...and keep practicing .
Anyway, excellent work, especially that last one; that bit of blue sky really sets off the white of the bird...
My example of rare egret success...
Canon EOS-1D Mark IV EF500mm f/4L IS USM lens 500mm f/4.0 1/1000s 100 ISO -0.7 EV