Best Bird Shot for Me Yet....

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  1. Retnyap

    Retnyap TPF Noob!

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    What you think, I know I should get natural shot rather than those bloody nuts. But Hell ;-}

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    Sorry the Lens was Canon EF 70-300mm, f5.6 @ 1/500, digital, ISO200.
     
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    cool! what lense did you shoot this with?
     
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    Great photo, but it does not matter about the nuts, you are still showing the bird in one of its most commonly found places..........................The Garden. :D

    I would love to have taken at least one image like that. :)
     
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    Tx for the comments, Scarlett you are right, It's where it's at, for sure....:D
     
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    Tx for the comments, Scarlett you are right, It's where it's at, for sure....
     
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    Oops I've been playing with my Library and moved it. didn't realise that happened will try to reinstate. Sorry.....
     
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    i have to agree with the title! the framing is great and you get such a good depth of field
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Awwww. Cute little tit.
    I can see it now all right! Thanks for fixing it.
    It'd have been tooooooo bad if I had missed this. Such a cute picture. How far were you away (in metres or centimetres, if you so please :sexywink:) to get this DOF? And where did you hide so it would come and feed? I like the sidelight!
     
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    Approx 3 mtrs from feeder, sat on my bench, no hide, camera on tripod in my face. It was pretty cold I can tell you. Got a few this was the best of the buch though afyter cropping....
     
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    Great shot Retnyap. Love the lighting. Nice one
     
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    Thanks for letting me know the lens I ask because I'm looking for a new lens so its nice to see what you can get if you add some skill like yours from the equipment xxx
     

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