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    Default Common redstart

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    This time on normal (without flowers) perch. Hope you like it.

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    Pretty shot with a perfect background and great perch. Nice head turn as well. In a perfect world I always prefer a perch that is more parallel to the camera where the whole perch is in focus and not falling in and out of focus because it is on an angle. I know that is super picky but is something I try for when shooting perched birds.

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    Bird has a fun pose with great details. Love the BG & perch but which the perch were not behind the bird's head.
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    I really like this image, love the details on the bird and clean BG. I understand about the perch not been full in focus but in full honestly it never bothers me to see a perch blurred at the ends as long as the subject is in great focus.
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    ditto all of the above, love everything besides the perch running right through the head

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    Thanks a lot guys. I agree about the perch and the head.

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