Lettuce Lake Park @ Tampa, Florida

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  1. DepthOfField

    DepthOfField TPF Noob!

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    Went down to Lettuce Lake Park for the first time and took these shots. Please let me know how you like them. ENJOY!
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  2. Overread

    Overread has a hat around here somewhere Staff Member Supporting Member

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    That is some very nice work there - Very sharp and clear eyes on the wildlife!
    The only one with something that screams out to me as wrong is the first heron (I think its a heron or a stalk) and I think you already know what went wrong with this one.
    Lighting, sharpness, focus and depth of field seem to be well under control in all the shots - I would say that composition is a little central overall so I reckon you are using auto focus all the time.

    Out of interst what camera kit were you using to take these shots
    (ps - for future really helps to post teh camera model and any lenses used as well in the post with the shots ;))
     
  3. DepthOfField

    DepthOfField TPF Noob!

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    For all images Canon 40D
    For the 2 birds: Canon 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS
    For the rest: Canon 70-200mm f/2.8L IS
     
  4. kundalini

    kundalini Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Central is a good word from Overread.

    Also, mind your crops with the animals.

    Very sharp images.
     

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