I was hoping people might be able to give me some feedback, I have been using a ColorMunki screen calibrator to calibrate the color of my monitors however, I have a feeling I had the ambient light settings a bit too low which meant that most of my photos have been more on the darker exposure side. I have since made a number of improvements and I was hoping people might be able to leave a comment and let me know how they feel the exposure and brightness of this photo is (and what device they are looking at it on). This will help me immensely to make sure I have the screen calibrated and therefore, the images I post are not too dark etc.
For reference, the photo is a Sacred Kingfisher from the Moonlit Sanctuary in Pearcedale, Victoria, Australia. Image was captured with a Nikon D610, and a Tamron 150-600mm, ISO 2500, 600mm, f/11 and 1/500 seconds. Some minor editing was conducted in Lightroom, I used Affinity Photo to remove some distracting elements from the tree branch and clean up the image, and I finished off in Luminar 4 (AI Tools), and Denoise using Topaz Denoise AI.
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