Front Yard Birds

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  1. NateS

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    Just two from today.

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    This one was a very heavy crop. I was suprised at how sharp it stayed at such a heavy crop (at least I thought so)
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    hmm the first looks a little oversaturated - low it down a little I think.
    the second gets the WOW factor from me = beautiful! Its rare to get a background and forground work so well with the subject, but you did!
    A very nice shot with a sharp bird!
     
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    Thanks. I did these with the "Vivid" setting, which I'll admit, over saturated the first one. I didn't catch it until you mentioned it (looked at too many photos today I think), so thanks for the tip.
     
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    The first one doesn't look that oversaturated from my screen.

    I love, love, love that second one. It came out to have beautiful compostion. Nice!!
     
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    Love the both of them - first doesn't look to saturated to me, either, but could be my monitor...
    Absolutely LOVE the second one. What kind of bird is that?
     
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    Thanks....and to think that I almost deleted this one before trying out a crop.



    Thank you. I didn't expect them to be so well received. I don't know what kind of bird the second one is....I'm guessing some type of finch maybe? We have a bird feeder with a lot of fenches and a lot of these guys around too.
     

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