Northern Waterthrush

Northern Waterthrush

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This northern waterthrush slurps down a small worm. By lowering my angle so that I am partially “shooting through” the small rocks in front of the bird, I am able to effectively blur out both the foreground and background, allowing for an extremely isolated subject.

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That’s a great technique to get low enough to block out the foreground an background. Indeed it lets the view focus just on the bird.