A couple of wildlife shots....

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  1. G3

    G3 TPF Noob!

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    A juvenile Yellowtail Cribo

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    A juvenile Texas Indigo Snake

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    A bird...

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  2. Jeff Canes

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    I like #3 of the bird, very good DOF, did you use a long lens or burr background in PS
     
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    I used a long lens. I used a 500mm (digital equiv= 800mm), and a wide-open aperture. The bird was about 15 feet from me and the backgound trees were probably 50 feet away. I used an off-camera strobe for fill-flash.
     
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    I love the snake photos. The bird shot is well lit with near perfect lighting.
     
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    Gotta agree...that bird shot is great!
     

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