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Repaint tool-take 2

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Well I'm noticing a colour drop in the file as it shows here. Don't know if its me or the site. Anyway this was done again with the repaint brush to remove foreground clutter caused by twigs crossing the subject. I didn't include the before shot to save space.

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You seem to have had a lucky strike with the Blue Jays!


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Hi Kodiak, yes it's getting better with my blue feathered friends, so is my experience with the Sigma 150-600 S. I love this lens, best money I ever spent. I'm on a major joy ride after so much mediocre results, practice pays off as my photos are getting to what I expect from my system. The only limitation is me. I have basically had to start again from square one with the digital cameras and new lens's since the majority of my shooting was with a film MF, a Pentax 645, now I have the 645 D. I bought the first one sold in Edmonton, jumped too soon, should have waited for the 645Z. It was less money by a big chunk of change. Oh well there's a price for being forever on the bleeding edge.

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