It's usually me trying to make the birds look good, but here's a White-bellied Sea-Eagle (Haliaeetus leucogaster) making me look good, by seeming to stare right down the lens on taking off from tall paperbark along Palm Creek.
Bird made restless even before my arrival when pair of Black-shouldered Kites objected to it landing on 'their' dead tree. I missed that action but captured two flight frames as bird launched again.
Next time, I'll ask it to pick cleaner background, allowing more hope of holding it in focus for a longer sequence. But it can keep seeming to stare at me for as long as it likes.