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    As part of our new initiative on TPF you can come and take part in a series of new in-depth articles and discussions every month. Featured this month are the methods that one of our top avian photographers, Kristofer Rowe uses to get his stunning photos (as also featured on Tamron USA website as well!). So drop in and take part, I know that Kristofer will be happy to answer your questions and hear what you do out in the field with your camera!

    Capturing Distinctive Bird Images

Birds!

Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by SeanL, Jun 23, 2006.

  1. SeanL

    SeanL TPF Noob!

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    Taken with a D70. First 5 were taken with a 70-300mm G and last three were with a 18-55 DX in Long Beach, CA. Comments welcome.

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    6 and 7 WOW! I could only wish that I could take great photos like these great job!
     
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    Thanks!
     
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    7 is so cool, the lighting on the birds are nice!
     
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    6 & 7 - :thumbup:

    Something about 7, it just holds my attention. I could look at it all day. Nicely done!
     

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