General tip - convert to JPG as the last thing you do for any kind of processing in any situation.
JPG is lossy, which means you lose some...
The problem with it, is that it speaks about why someone did something. It attempts to say 'you took this shot for this reason', which is both...
Except very people provide critique, it's a small number of regulars (if you get any response at all), and by its very nature, it tends to be...
Ah you're too kind, thanks for putting in the effort to run it, and thanks for the selection. Some great entries I thought.
Especially if it's people who didn't expect the weather to turn bad, or dogs stoically waiting for their owners to get a move on, or a dog owner...
Nice, like the angle :)
Someone who takes sugar in their coffee and can't comprehend the fact that another person might not?
Yep, it's even better when cleaned up. The pixels and glass do matter even if you need to have an extreme crop. Both the others are old and low...
So it depends what you don't like about your current images, and what compromises you're prepared to take.
And then, here are the same three shots, cropped to just around the heron.
Mirrorless on it's own doesn't tell us enough. An APS-C mirrorless with changeable lenses? A fixed lens mirrorless? A full frame mirrorless?...
Dunno about weasels but I got hundreds of grey squirrel shots.
Then I suggest you start with some reading on poverty, spending and homelessness, so that you're informed rather than reactionary.
Oh, and mental...
And here, from the day before, is the magpie that I think ate all the fat balls (in a power stance).
Here's the original shot, at 200mm with my 70-200 (longest lens I now own), on the 7d2.
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