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Nice shots. To clear up any exposure questions you might have, this might help. All digital cameras are going to try and expose the scene to an average grey, so if you are shooting an all black sheet for example the camera will overexpose and the image will look gray, if it is white the opposite will happen, the image will be underexposed and still look gray. So contrary to common sense, if you are shooting your RWBB and it is mostly filling the frame like in your last shots, you actually need to dial in minus exposure compensation to keep the bird black, something in the -1/3-2/3. Too much underexposure and the bird will get clipped to black (all the black pixels will become absolute black with no detail, or turn to color level 0) so you need to avoid that. Also ISO noise will show up more in underexposed areas and black detail, so be careful. Hope this helps. And good work.