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Macropus rufrogriseus rufrogriseus

Macropus rufrogriseus rufrogriseus
著作權:philippe hornus (amanengone) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 188 W: 54 N: 412] (2113)
相機:Olympus OM D EM1, Zuiko 50-200mm - 1:2.8-3.5
Exposure:f/5.0, 1/1250 seconds
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Photo Version:Original Version
提交日期:2016-11-30 17:14
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Macropus rufogriseus rufogriseus (Desmaret, 1817)

This is the "Wallaby", native from Eastern part of Australia and Tasmania. Blackbuck has been introduced in many countries: here, the photography is taken in the reserve from Le Ch璽teau de Sauvage (manc矇, close to Chartres near Paris in France).

Phyllogenetic classification
Biota / Eucaryotes / Unicontes / Opisthocontes / Choano-organismes / M矇tazoaires / Eumetazoaires / Bilat矇riens / Deuterostomiens / Chordata / Craniata / Vertebrata / Gnathostomata / Sarcopterygii / 色色. / Amniota / 色色 / Synapsida / Therapsida / Mammalia / 色色. / 色色. / 色色.. / Eutheria / Metatheria / Marsupialia / Australidelphia / Diprotodontia / Macropodidae / Macropodinae / Macropus / Notamacropus / Macropus rufrogriseus

Brief description

Moderately sized animal, this is the smallest wallaby. It is characterized by the colour of its neck which is brown to red. The sub specie rufrogiseus rufrogiseus has been identified and characterized by the Doctor Bennett: sometimes, this small wallaby is called Bennetts Wallaby. This wallaby is the most common and is often visible in the conservation parks as it is the case in Le Ch璽teau de Sauvage. In most of the cases when you see kangaroos outside from Australia or Tasmania, it is the Bennetts wallaby.

IUCN status is not on the red list, classified . This Macropus is extremely prolific and there is no reason to assume that the population will decline in the coming years.


Date of shooting 28/10/2014 11:16:36
Place of shooting R矇serve zoologique du Ch璽teau de Sauvage (manc矇, close to Chartres France)
Latitude 48.585891 N
Longitude 01.741848 E


o Objectif ZUIKO MinFocalLength 50 MaxFocalLength 200 Aperture 1: 2,8 / 3.5

Picture Specifications

o ImageWidth 4640
o ImageLength 3472
o BitsPerSample 16
o Compression Uncompressed
o Orientation Horizontal

Shootings conditions

o Light source Fine weather
o Metering mode Center weighted average
o Picture mode Vivid
o Exposure mode Aperture priority AE
o Focus mode Manual
o Focus process AF not used
o Aperture f/4.9
o ExposureTime 1/1250
o ISO Speed Rating 1000
o FocalLength 130
o White Balance Temp 5300簞K
o Noise Reduction none
o Shading Compensation off
o Contrast normal
o Saturation normal
o Sharpness normal

Raw processing

Formation au post-traitement num矇rique

Processing of the raw file Olympus (*.orf) with DxO OpticsPro 11


o White Balance Temperature 5095簞K Hue -9
o Colours Accentuation vibrance 15 saturation 0
o Colours rendition Referenced camera - Intensity 100 Saturated colours protection 1
o TSL none


o Compensation exposition nothing
o DxO smart lighting uniform light Intensity 25
o Selective ton 0 / 0 / 0 / 0
o DxO clear view intensity 50
o Contrast 0 0 0 / 0 0 0)
o Curve of tonnality none
o Vigneting Auto, detected lens based Intensity 100 Preservation 50


o Noise reduction prime luminance 40 chrominance 100 Low frequencies 75 Missing
pixels 25
o Lens sharpness Globale 0.00 D矇tails 50 Bokeh 50
o Aberration chromatique Auto Lateral Intensity 100 Size 6 Blurr OK


o Horizon 0.00簞
o Recroping Manual Size ratio free
o Recroping area of 4200 x 3000 px from 4608 x 3456 px

Post treatment

Opening of the created tiff file with corel paint shop pro
Mappage local hue intensity 2.0 block size 12
High pass sharpness Intensity 50 radius 15.00
Treknature compatible resizing (max 800x800 maximum weight 300)
Jpg publication normal compression - intensity 8 mode YCbCr 1x1 1x1 1x1

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To Hotelcalifornia: Thank youamanengone 1 12-04 07:53

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Hello Philippe,
Nice to see this family member of Kangaroo. It's a rare guest here in TN.Excellent details and exposure. Very nice exposure on white furs too. I like the way you placed this Wallaby. Good composition.
Thanks for sharing,

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