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    Default Savannah Sparrow

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    An image from last November. Taken from the window of my vehicle. I'm usually searching for more interesting subjects but if I see a number of sparrows, I'll stop and throw a few frames at them.
    If I remember correctly, I did employ audio. I find that audio works pretty well on sparrows in the winter as a few will usually come in and investigate. Processed with DeNoiseAI.
    f6.3, iso800, 1/2500s
    Nikon D500, 500mmF4VRII, TC-14EIII

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    In your hands all are interesting. PMP and love the two tone BG. TFS

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    hi,

    everything works fine for me. Small pleasures lead to different ideas.

    congratulations

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    Sweet shot and that BG is superb.

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    Nice and sharp on the face, with wonderful BG.

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    Hi Jack ...
    very nice . super pose , nice tones and colors .
    Overall super image .

    As a personal preference I might back off on the sharpening .....

    TFS Andreas

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    Clean and sharp well detailed but looking carefully I also feel over sharpened- the feathers on the cheek and chin look a little refractile to me.

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