Catching some rays

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  1. Ron Evers

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    how do you make it so the background is completely black?
     
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    Beautiful! The focus is perfect! I love it!
     
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    Thanks folks.

    Our balcony is roofed over & the sun which was overhead was shining on the railing/Dove so what was behind is dark when exposing for the bird. Sometimes I get a lucky shot. :D
     
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    Great shot. Was that taken with your Panasonic G1? Overall, how do you like the G1?
     
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    Yes Dave, with the G1. My biggest gripe with it is that there is very little grip & it is not comfortable with the 45-200 lens on which is most of the time with me. If they had designed it to use 4 x AA batteries instead of the proprietary one it would have a decent grip. BTW, I have small hands so it would be worse for someone with large hands. My S5 even with a tel converter hanging out front is much easier to handle because of the grip. My opinion is that Panasonic tried to keep it too small & sacrificed the ergonomics. I have only had it two months & am still learning how to use it.
     
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    Nice shot!
     
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    Great shot, nice light.
     

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