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Old Feb 18, 2016, 3:49 PM   #1
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Old Feb 18, 2016, 4:40 PM   #2
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I think this one is the best one yet!

You always shoot from the same angle, have you considered rotating the feeder a touch so as to have a full "end view"? This might give you more "bird" and less "feeder" in your shots.
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I think this one is the best one yet!

You always shoot from the same angle, have you considered rotating the feeder a touch so as to have a full "end view"? This might give you more "bird" and less "feeder" in your shots.
I shoot from inside the house through my front window. Yes, I've considered moving the feeder and I occasionally do so a few times a year.
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very nice! great detail and sharpness!
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A lot of details and nice color!
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very nice! great detail and sharpness!
Thanks, Rocky. Very much appreciated.
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Many thanks.
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I shoot from inside the house through my front window. Yes, I've considered moving the feeder and I occasionally do so a few times a year.
I have the same problem, my suet feeder hangs on a wire, so it moves around a lot...
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