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Discussion in 'Nature & Wildlife' started by fightheheathens, May 30, 2008.

  1. fightheheathens

    fightheheathens TPF Noob!

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    this is my first time shooting any sort of wild life really so i would appreciate any sort of feedback....Unfortunatly, the light was horrible, very very overcast but i did the best i could with the light and lens i had
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    -i hunted this guy for bout an hour but every time i got close enough for a good shot he flew away....jerk...
     
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    A shame about the light since the birds don't stand out from the water as much as one would like, but, that said, they're great captures and when you're doing wildlife, you often have to take what you can get. The focus on the duck seems a little soft, especially toward the head; perhaps a little more DoF?
     

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