Black Capped Chickadee

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  1. Canoncan

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    Its just the cutest little feet
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    Is it just me, or is the head a tiny bit out of focus? Not really a criticism, I'm just going crazy trying to figure out if I'm imagining it!
     
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    Very nice..... although, You may want to re-size it... ;)
     
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    You are probably right little man, I am having some trouble in photobucket and it seems to be hit and miss on sizing, but of all things I thought everything was big in texas?
    Thanks for the honest feedback, I have texas shoulders.
     
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    In Photoshop you need to do "save for web" and make the websize 220k(not over 250k) In PS before you save it for web you need to make it around 700-800 pixels large at longest point. That should work....
     
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    I just change the width to 20 cm. As long as you make sure Photoshop keeps the size ratio locked then it should work fine. (Obviously for a portrait format height=20cm)
     

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