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Over all I prefer the B&W version - it's more dramatic to me than the Colour Version. If I could have the looks on the SECC of the Colour one in the B&W I would be 100 satisfied as it his is just a superb capture of structure and 3D shape.
Good capture of the performers pose - works well in B&W, Pin sharp. Great. But I have to agree on Shooty-1's comment. The person in the background breaks the image. It's hard to keep the 2nd eye on what is happening when you focus on a subject. Next time more luck patience and you have a winner.
Agree with you on the feeding table not the nicest place but good to see a Red. Would it have been possible to have a lower angle so to reduce the view on the table and get a bit blurred Background in to reduce the impact of the table on the image? Not always possible but a suggestion for the next time
Filling the frame is superb. I am looking at a Laptop screen so not the best but I can not makeout the focus. It looks shaken. If it was handheld you may use a Tripod on the longer focal lense or a Tree Fence post to sablise the canera. Would like to get that close up to a squirrel though.
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