A flock of waxwings arrived at a park where I regularly walk. There are several ornamental pear trees with frozen fruit. They made quick work of it and moved on. It was 22 degrees F and occasional snow flakes falling. and not much light.
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Any. Is it high-key?
Is this a composite: No
7DII; 100/400 @400; 1/2500th; 8.0; +1/3rd; spot; ISO 1600.
This is a very artistic presentation of a cedar waxwing. If so desired, you could dabble with adjusting the micro-contrast to pull some additional details out of the feathers. Well done…Jim
Jim, this is a great look at this waxwing munching on berries. The overcast sky and the bird’s gentle colors look like a near perfect setting for a high-key photo.
Jim and Mark, Thank you. Jim