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  1. Fangman

    Fangman No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Blue tit having made it's selection
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    Goldfinch - the messy eater with a great tit as company.

    With the poor light f2.8 really shows up the shallow depth of field
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    Much cropped to show the difference of about 1cm from eye to tip of beak and feathers on the body. Sigma f2.8 at 200mm 1/200th iso400 fill flash
     
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    the 2nd picture is nice :) the other 2 photos have noise and #1 does not look to be all that focused towards the back of his head it begins to blur
     
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    I agree with Provo, too much noise in 1 and 3, maybe a lower ISO? Keep up the good work!
     
  4. Fangman

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    These are at f2.8 and 1/200 in poor light late afternoon - hence fill in flash. Lower iso means slower shutter speed and with movement of small birds and wind, blurring from movement akthough camera is on tripod. Deptj of focus is less than an inch at f2.8.
     

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