1. guess&press

    guess&press

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    Can't take any credit for finding this or identifying it. I came across someone with a long prime shooting away furiously, so I thought I'd take a few snaps!

    Plain little feller, and a first for me...

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    DSC_5847 Garden Warbler
    by featheries101, on Flickr
     
    Last edited: May 15, 2018
  2. regen

    regen

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    Could be cropped a little on right to remover OOF leaves but you really need to clone out the dust spot and possibly get sensor cleaned. If you took a burst did you not get one with its beak more open to demonstrate it ws singing.

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  3. guess&press

    guess&press

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    Thanks for the comments. Good idea about the crop, but the dust spot isn't a dust spot, it's an insect! I should have cloned it out though.

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    DSC_5847 g warbler recropped
    by featheries101, on Flickr

    I didn't take as many shots as I should, and quite a few had something wrong with them. The only one of it with its beak wider open doesn't have a catchlight and I had to try to clone out a branch running through its beak.

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    DSC_5844 g warbler singingl
    by featheries101, on Flickr


    I've also no idea why I'm at 300mm when it's a 200-500 zoom! That's the second time it's happened with a critical shot recently. I really must keep an eye on it!
     
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