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    Default Those anoying screens

    This posting is purely in self-interest. After four attempts to photograph this speckled warbler, this is the closest I have got. Is there any way one can digitally remove the very oof leaf and piece of grass that form a kind transparentish film across the birds beak and eye? Or would it be easier to just go back again and again until this shy little bird finally exposes itself. I am not much in favour of spending long hours in front of the computer when the same amount of time in the field would be just as beneficial.Click image for larger version. 

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    Margaret Leggoe
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    I'm with you, Margaret, unless it is cold and pouring rain, or I'm trying to stay awake as late as possible one night so that I sleep the next day when I'm on night duty!

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    I definitely wouldn't waste the time in PS Margaret. Much rather go back and get a better image for sure. That's what photography is about to me.
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    Get back out there Margaret, you will eventually get the image you are after

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