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    Hi folks went again to the same location as yesterday , and got new stuff .
    Saw a Wren jumping all over the place , where I was trying to shoot what ever was coming to my " feeding site " in that public park .
    The Wren was simply too fast and not sitting still , so I got the idea that audio might help ... I finally worked to a degree .
    I am more than happy about my first images of this species , albeit the perch is not the nicest one on planet earth .... but the little critter has chosen it .

    Canon EOS R3
    RF 100 - 500 IS L at 500 mm
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    F 8 ; Iso 3200 ; 1/3200 sec

    Processed with Capture One and PSCC 2023 ; cropped to about 60 % of FF for better comp

    Thanks for watching and commenting to my previous postings

    Cheers Andreas
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    Looks great to me, the perch may be a little massive but I don't think it really detracts because the exposure is so spot on contrasting so very well with the background, which does not look like plastic.

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    Nice calling pose you manage with that audio Andreas! I don't mind the perch at all. The peeling bark adds some interest and like you said, the bird chose it. Nice work!

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    Thanks Jon and Kurt for your comments , much appreciated .

    Cheers Andreas

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    I think this is great. Love everything about it: lighting, pose, action, comp. I don't mind the big perch; it's natural and the bird still pops because the BG is so clean. Bird is small, and I think the proportioning bird to perch
    shows how tiny this target is. Well done!

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