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    A Canada Warbler on his nesting grounds here in Minnesota near Floodwood from June. Thanks for any feedback.

    Canon 7DII, 800mm, 1/800, f 6.3, ISO 1600.

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    Image quality really suffers here.

    How big of a crop is this one ?

    Bird is soft with not much feather details.

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    It was cropped a bit, you're right - perhaps this is a little better I think as I'm going through some of the files. Same bird, just a few moments later, less of a crop.

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    I would suggest less cropping on both, it only exaggerates noise. Saturation and contrast looks heavy to me, was the image(s) underexposed?

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    Two great singing situations and poses. Did you use audio? The first one is mega-noisy. Please post a JPEB that represents the full frame original for each frame. I am betting that you are cropping way too much ...

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    The repost is much better in terms of image quality than the original. Like the calling pose.

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