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    This photo was captured during golden hour in February 2018 at Orlando Wetlands Park.
    Canon 70D
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    Canon70D
    Tamron 150-600 G2 at 600mm

    Not thrilled with the number of twigs in the photo; however, the bug in it's mouth is what makes the picture for me.

    Mike

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    Mike this image is on the soft side a higher shutter speed would have helped you had plenty of ISO to work with.
    Also if the twigs bother you take some time and PS them out if you want. Also the image is cropped a little tight more room in front and higher in the frame would be better.

    -Tim

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    Good capture with that bug but so many twigs really hurts your subject. I like Tims repost!Nice and clean! When working with that 600 mm focal length....Remember the rule ....your shutter speed should be equal to or greater than the focal length. Also when shooting at that focal length it is important to brace your camera somehow. That magnification will be affected by your breathing or any slight mistake in technique

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