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    Quote Originally Posted by Fast Glass


    All I see is "Content protected by owner", but I went on your site and saw your shot. It looks great! The feeder doesn't take away hardly at all from the shot.


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    Thanks John, I think it's fixed now.
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    Yep it

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    Well done Bob...love the Finch...very nice

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    [img]/cfs-file.ashx/__key/CommunityServer-Discussions-Components-Files/15/2210.343V8789.jpg[/img][img]/cfs-file.ashx/__key/CommunityServer-Discussions-Components-Files/15/6811.343V8854.jpg[/img]Some more Mallards from this weekend ....these were in very low light, shot at iso 1600 with a flash as well so detail isn't top notch if you "pixel peep"


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    Not top notch, Joel? I haven't seen a shot out of you yet that isn't superb!

    For lack of anything better to do since I'm still battling one heck of a flu bug, I thought I'd go thru some old shots that I never did anything with and see what I can do with them.


    B&amp;W conversion on this one ...



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    Hi, I usually don't shoot birds specifically but I really enjoy sea landscapes. Of course a few birds get caught on my photos now and then but not usually as the main subject. However, this weekend I took a walk by the sea with my camera and a couple of swan families made me company in the afternoon sun. They were quite cooperative and posed nicely both for some family portraits and also for a few individual portraits. I'm particularly happy with one of the juvenile swan portraits that I decided to post in this thread - it's most likely my best bird shot so far.


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    CLS, This is a gorgeous shot---Love the warm colors and even the content look on the swans face--(I didn
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    Bob &amp; Rocco - thanks for your kind comments!


    Quote Originally Posted by Rocco


    Was this taken in burst or were you watching, waiting?
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    I would say something in-between. I didn't shoot in burst mode, but when they came into good positions I took a few photos before they turned away again. The one above is one of three similar captures with a couple ofsecondsbetween them.After a whileI saw a pattern where the mother(?) could swim away 50 feet or so, and after a while the kids would follow. So when I saw the white one move, I made sure to get into a position where the juveniles would soon swim by at a fairly close distance. (I spent more than an hour following them and took more than 100 photos. All except 17 of these were sorted into the trash bin.)

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    CLS:


    Really nice detail. Love the pose.
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