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    Default Blue-winged Warbler

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    Taken last Saturday. Only the second time I've run across this species and first decent image. Maybe the tenth image of the morning. Took a quick
    look on the camera display and figured the rest of the morning would be gravy. Maybe a third of the image cropped off. Did not need to remove anything
    in the background. Topaz Infocus and Denoise
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    Another awesome plate for the guides... No nits from me... TFS

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    Terrific bird and lovely portrait.
    Nice for the bird to be completely parallel to the sensor so that the bird is sharp from tip to tip.
    Nice clean BG as well.
    Well done,
    Gail

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    This is a fantastic image of this species. Lighting, color, and pose are all spot on! Sharpness is excellent, and you might even be able to dial the sharpening back a whisker. More personal preference than anything though....

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    Great bird, and leaning forward pose. Good job on the yellows.

    Quote Originally Posted by gail bisson View Post
    Nice for the bird to be completely parallel to the sensor so that the bird is sharp from tip to tip.
    Gail
    LOL Gail, I just offered the same comment as above to your pigeon image only a few minutes ago, almost word for word! Too funny.

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    Excellent warbler photo!
    Dan Kearl

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    Looking very nice here. Solid pose with a great background. Nice perch as well.

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    Very loverly. Was this at a set-up? Was audio or water used to attract the bird?

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    No set-up or audio were used in this case. Taken at a local conservation area. There's a medium sized tree that was cut
    down in a field close to a wooded area. Lots of nice perches.

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    Thank you sir. That makes the capture even better :)

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