Geese Meeting

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  1. skiboarder72

    skiboarder72 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Alright heres my first try at this wildlife photography thing, let me know what you think!

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    Lots of them out there!
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    This is all they left...
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  2. Rahb

    Rahb TPF Noob!

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    Some great shots here. I lov the motion you captured when they flew off. 6 has great DOF. Nice work IMO
     
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    Arch Damn You! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Good job overall..... i was taking pictures of geese the other day but they started to get aggressive!.... bastards wouldn't leave me alone after that :lol: nice shooting :thumbup:
     
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    that's a lot of geese... i really enjoyed the b&w's... :thumbup:
     
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    7, 10, 12 and the last one :thumbup: I really like these the best great work
     
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    Nice shots J. I like the B&W ones the best.
    You use the zoom lens for these?
     
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    The conditions looked a little harsh for you.... 9,10 and 11 are a bit blown out..but over all they are nice...#13 is my favorite. When shooting wildlife especially against the sky you need some ND Grad Filters to prevent the blowout.
     
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    I am very new to this site ... and I love your pictures .. but I have to say that numbering them makes it so much easier!!

    Let me scroll and tell you the ones I like ... 7, 8, 9 and second to last. I think?!!!!!
     
  9. skiboarder72

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    thanks for all the comments guys! i've learned alot and my shots should get a lot better next time

    i'll remember to number them too, i hate when i have to scroll up too ;)
     

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