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Your hummer shots have come a long way. Great improvement. You are establishing your style.
1. Crisp image, good bg, good pose, no pop, no eyes. I echo Tim's thoughts.
2. Crisp image, good bg, great pose, no pop.
3. crisp/strong image, good bg, classic pose, "POP"
4. crisp/strong image, good bg, Not as strong image as #3. POP is good at the head but is lost moving to the tail feathers.
5. I like the pose and crispness of the hummer but IMO, the bg (too much grey) kills the image.
6. Appreciation of wing blur or a lack thereof is subjective that being said, if most of the hummer is sharp, I am more accepting of large amounts of wing blur.
Birdie an excellent presentation Keep on shooting. When I am shooting, most of my plants/flowers are in pots. I arrange each to maximize the light and bg distractions. I prune away as much as necessary to enhance the shot. There have been times when I have moved plants into my house or pruned off flowers to isolated a particular plant. I do have flower plants which are in the ground but I keep them mostly pruned back. Keep on shooting.