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    Shot taken today from mobile hide in local woods.

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    Nice shot ! I love the complimentary BG and bird look back. I'm seeing a bit of a blue cast in the shadows and log but could just be my screen. TFS!

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    Really like the pose and head angle nice background as well.

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    Very good capture, Tomasz. Like the light, and of course very nice head turn with eye contact. I like the BG, but if it were mine I would tone down the brightness on the left to more closely match the right.

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    Great shot Tom, love the robin but the first thing that struck me was the blue in the shadows on the branch. As a matter of routine now I check the blues on shots taken at this time of the year. I would try a generic blue correction just to start with - so you can see if there is a favourable or non favourable change to the whole image. A selective area blue reduction could be done if preferred.

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    Thanks for the tips. I will look more closely for blue cast in the future. I have lowered the brigthness as i think i went to high and removed the blue cast.
    I think it does look better now. Thanks to all of you for feedback.

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