Everykind of help will be very wellcome , thanks in advance
Just a quick attempt but I am sure there are people on here that can do much better.
(Pardon the Scottish Accent)
I don't have any decent photo software, so I've just cropped it and brightened it a bit. There is a branch or twig that's partially obscuring his face. Nice pic. I'm sure someone will improve on my modest attempt.
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Best I can do having spent a couple of minutes in photoshop
Best I could do David.
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Not an easy one, which is a shame, because you managed to capture a lovely image.
Well done to those who had a go. I had a try, but at best, got more or less the same results as the others.
The first and biggest problem is a twig/branch is crossing the right side of the face, which if you follow the yellow lines on the attached image , you will notice the cameras AF has tried to lock on to the face, and has done the best job it can.
The second is the low light level, but to be fair, the camera has done a brilliant job and one to be proud of.
I think the best editing tool would be a pair of secateurs, unless you know someone who is very adept with a program like Adobe Photoshop who can paint the offending item out and enhance the plumage accordingly.
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My attempt for what it's worth...
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