Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by photobug, Apr 18, 2004.
A story of domestic bliss in pictures....
Very clever Jim, please tell me you were using a tripod.
those are nice birds man. they look kinda fluffed-up - is it cold ?
and do you know what kind of birds they are ? the <guess>one on the
right looks like a finch</guess>
Sid- monopod. That big zoom gets heavy after awhile. I probably stood out there for 45 minutes waiting to get these shots. Then the whole thing was over in about a minute and a half.
jack- it was about 8:00 am, so it was still about 40°F or so. No idea, I thought they were sparrows. If it isn't a game bird or a robin or something everybody knows it's just a bunch of feathers to me.
Lol. Nice story Jim. The picture aren't have bad too.
Isn't that always the way. The worst is when you wait that long only to have the pictures turn out horrible. There was a time when I waited all day to get a picture I wanted only to get poor results because I miscalculated on the lighting. Although the day wasn't a waste because I was also out there for some hiking as well.
I like the exposure control. There's enough detail in the shadow and yet the sky isn't over-exposed.
hee hee, that was good. I love shots of all critters, especially birds.
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