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    Raven's so playful a delight to watch.

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    Cool pose and interaction. Great perch too. Tough light angle in contrast with the flight angle but exposure looks good to me. Do you have any more room all around? It feels a little tight. Food item is awesome and adds a nice bit of color. TFS

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    Excellent critique by Alex. How large a crop is this? I ask because of the seemingly great d-o-f that covers the wings of the near birds and the face of the bird in the back ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur Morris View Post
    Excellent critique by Alex. How large a crop is this? I ask because of the seemingly great d-o-f that covers the wings of the near birds and the face of the bird in the back ...

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    About 80% left of original frame, quite wide angle 300mm :-).
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