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YHBB's with bokeh

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I had photographed these earlier in the spring and just posted them on another forum a couple weeks ago. I had one comment about not being crazy about their environment and so I asked if I should retake them, now that some of the reeds have greened up, vs. the tan reeds in the earlier shots. Another person thought I should. I'm glad I went back. I have to agree, a little green in the bg is an improvement.

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Thanks, guys. However, I think with brighter conditions, I'd have been able to close down to f8 and got them a little sharper. This was the same gloomy skies I shot the buck in, just not under trees.

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Someone suggested this. I've never tried stitching before, so this as a new experience. It certainly helped that they were both shot at near the same exposure and similar backgrounds.

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