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    Reddinsh Egret , Fort Desoto Park

    5D3_9021-Edit by Stuart Edwards, on Flickr
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    Little blue Heron , Sawgrass Lake Park

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Throgmartin View Post
    Joel,

    The wood pecker in particular is really good! It's my favorite of the set

    Dave
    Thanks Dave, I had many cooperative birds over the holiday weekend but the light was not very good for the most part.

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    This guy let me get close enough that 200mm was to much .
    1dsIII
    70-200 f4L
    172mm
    f7.1
    1/1250
    iso 100
    uncropped

    1DS37826-Edit by Stuart Edwards, on Flickr
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    Hi guys and Happy New Year!

    This thread is as amazing as ever! I just scrolled through about a hundred pages, some from way, way back and the more current ones and everyone just continues to leave me in complete awe! One beautiful photo after another ...still the best on the internet and going strong!

    Denise

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    Wow....thanks Denise!!

    Nice to hear from you....hope you are back for a while....you've been missed for sure.

    Happy New Year!!

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    Thanks, Joel! I haven't been really shooting much in quite awhile but I just picked up the 7d II and Sigma 150-600mm/c. So, once I figure out the new gear, maybe I will have a decent shot or two to post. Looking at all of these though, I am feeling a bit intimidated ...okay, maybe more than a bit! You guys are the best! Maybe I will start a newbie thread!

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    Redtail Hawk
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    handheld shot through a cage
    5D3_0279 by Stuart Edwards, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by ddt0725 View Post
    Thanks, Joel! I haven't been really shooting much in quite awhile but I just picked up the 7d II and Sigma 150-600mm/c. So, once I figure out the new gear, maybe I will have a decent shot or two to post. Looking at all of these though, I am feeling a bit intimidated ...okay, maybe more than a bit! You guys are the best! Maybe I will start a newbie thread!
    You will enjoy the 7DII....I have been using it a lot. The increased pixel density and 1.6 crop factor allow you to retain more detail when cropping. The only thing I have found is that it does not do as well with underexposure and really low light compared to the full frame sensors. In good light it is capable of great things. You will do wonderfully I am sure. Can't wait to see some of your shots here!

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    A couple from me:

    Both with the 5DIII 70-200 II @ 200 mm, 1/200, f/4, ISO 200

    Small-1936 by kayaker72, on Flickr

    Small-1931 by kayaker72, on Flickr

    Thanks for viewing...Brant

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