Baby Birds...

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  1. Lucky13

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    Two Out Of The Three Birds I Found On My Power Meter Are Hatched And As You Can See The Other Is Tryin To Get Out.. They Are So Ugly They Are Cute. I Was Tryin Not To Touch The Nest Dont Want The Momma Mad At Me Lol.



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    And By The Way What Do I Need To Do Different See Where Its Blurry On The Birds Back Up Front
     
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    Looks like you had dim lighting for this shot as you were @ ISO 400, f4.5 & a slow shutter of 1/20. If you cannot get better light you can up your ISO so that you can stop down the lens some more (higher f #) to achieve a greater depth of field.
     
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    yea the lighting is ad right there its on a power meter on the back of my house and the sun is on the other side i was scared to use my flash on the poor little things
     

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