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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

For the Birds

Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by phantompablo, Jan 31, 2007.

  1. phantompablo

    phantompablo TPF Noob!

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    Some shots from the central California coast/Monterey area

    1)Turkey Vulture
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    2) Turkey Vulture feet!
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    3) Sentry
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    4) Keeping things oily
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    5) Brown Pelican
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    6) Gliding
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    Hope you all enjoy!
     
  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Hey, phantompablo: next time you link photos from Photobucket to here, go to the third line in the list, the one where the URL is already wrapped into the [IMG ][/IMG ]-brackets. That will make your photos show right in the thread and save people from clicking onto links.
    To be using the first line plus our own image-icon does not seem to work... Don't know why...
     
  3. phantompablo

    phantompablo TPF Noob!

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    Thanks! I was wondering what I was doing wrong.

    Edited origional to show up automatically. Thanks again!
     

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