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    Default Red-winged blackbird

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    This image was created at Montezuma National Widlife Refuge in Tyre, New York on 5/4/18 at 8:37AM. Image processed in Lightroom and Photoshop.

    Hand held, Small crop.

    Canon 5D MarkIV
    Sigma 150-600 Contemporary
    600mm
    ISO 3200
    f8.0
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    Beautiful perch, BG, perfect EXP and details (so, what's new)... Especially love the light and undertail details in this one. TFS

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    A very nice posture for this bird and I really like the fine feather detail on the head and throat and chest that you've brought out here John , with an unusual and pleasing presentation of the wing flight feathers. It also shows nicely the interlocking grip of claw on perch.

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    Very appealing image design, and I too noticed the way cool foot grip on the perch. I do feel the blacks are a touch pale - you could deepen them for added impact on the RWBB.

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    I think this is my favorite of your RWBB.
    I like the hint of color in the BG.
    Nice delicate perch and I like the way the wing tips are splayed open.
    I would add a couple of points of black to the blacks in selective color.
    Gail

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