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    Spent a nice 3 hours at Oxley Creek Common and took a bunch of images. Here's a Silvereye posing for me PP in ACR and PS. Cheers.
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    Love this one. So dainty and a perfect pose. The only thing that bugs me is the spot of sunlight on the perch ...

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    Hi Paul, beautiful little bird. Nice colors and detail. For me maybe just a tad to big in the frame, I like negative space. Thank you for sharing.
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    Very neat looking bird. Like the colors in the background. Nice view of the feet on the perch.

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    Lots of good details but a bit big in the frame for my tastes.
    I love all the BG colors and the simple perch.
    Well done,
    Gail

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    Thanks all...will have a look again and try a re-edit. Cheers.
    Last edited by Paul Burdett; 06-20-2019 at 01:43 AM.

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    Hi all,
    Based on the feedback comments I received from my previous post I have reedited the Silvereye image. I do think it looks better now. Thoughts appreciated as always.

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    The wider crop is a huge, huge improvement. The older I get the less I like (and strive for) "full frame shots."

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    Thanks again Artie

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