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    Default Ashy Prinia...Female...

    When I was carrying 55-250, I found It way short for birding, Then after almost two years I took 400mm F5.6, but man even with this, the birds like prinia are way far to fill the frame... and then crop is unavoidable.....
    30D with 400mm
    TV-1/800
    ISO- 400
    AV- 5.6
    Sharpening & noice reduction....
    Monopod Support
    Heavy Crop
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    Lovely bird, for such birds even the long telephoto lenses sometimes may not help. In such cases try and approach the bird closer using hide
    tfs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Praveen Siddannavar View Post
    Lovely bird, for such birds even the long telephoto lenses sometimes may not help. In such cases try and approach the bird closer using hide
    tfs
    Thaks Praveenji,
    for this take I was in MFD of my 400, Luckly for me the bird could not resist itself from coming to its nest.

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    Nice perch and eye contact. The clean background looks nice. Agree with Praveen, no focal length is enough for birding. As this is a crop, I think you can include a bit more space all around and make it a off-centered composition. You can also try to make bird-scapes showing more of the habitat. Thanks for sharing.
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    Nice Image.. Difficult to capture always in the move.... nice eye contact and green background.. space towards left instead of right making bird off centered will look better... TFs

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    Nicely diffused background. Eye contact is good. When the bird is at a distance why not try and create an environmental image which can stand on its own without cropping. For that one needs to show the environment in such a way that the relationship between the habitat and the subject is highlighted. Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks every one. The deliberate crop was made to show how this tiny bird looks gracefull. Here is the actual shot with habitait
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    ...and one more, the composition which I like more...
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    Nice set of images prasad. I like the third one the best.... that looks like a plain prinia to me.

    TFS
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    A Lovely capture. This is a Plain Prinia. There is no sexual dimorphism in Ashy Prinia and both sexes look alike.

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    Thanks a lot Ragooji & Roopakji for the ID & comments..

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    Very nice image Prasad. Infact the calling out image is the best of the three. Hopefully one day images might have sounds associated with them .Thanks for sharing.

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