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At last I managed to get to a hide to try to take small bird images. This is one of the few decent images I managed to get so as with all things "I must try harder" but practice will help I am sure.
Thanks for looking and any advice greatfully accepted.
If its a first attempt, well done. Lovely shot.
Brilliant shot for a first try
Congratulations, a great result.
first attempt, I think its a cracker, I'd be pleased with it today for me and I'm on attempt 1,001 if not more!
Nice colours and detail
Super shot, nice detail and composition.
Thanks so much for your comments, it really is my first try at small birds,I will be asking for i.d's next as I have to learn that as well!
I think it's great! I guess the only thing that distracts is that part of the branch that sticks up to the right, but hey, you can't control where they land!
Very well detailed shot.
Great colours and comp.
Have a RC Jeanie, I take it this is from Clapton?......You'll have to come down there while I'm on a session and I'll show you how it's done
Good to bump into you, hope you enjoyed it down there, although you didn't have the best light, perhaps next time?...
Thanks Ade, yes it was Clapton, and any help accepted.
Thanks for the chance.
Great first attempt although it looks a bit over exposed especially around the head? Nice clean shot though.
Great 1st attempt,a bit tight in the frame,but you've captured some nice colour and detail,great shot.....................
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