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  1. rebelnotarget

    rebelnotarget TPF Noob!

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    Hi everyone, was out this weekend and thought i would post a couple. the last one of the eagles isn't a very good picture, but i was so excited just seeing them. I was pleased that i got both of them in one picture, i was running up a hill! Any thought would be welcomed. thank you.


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  2. pursuer

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    I still can't believe I completely missed the eagles :(

    I like that you go both both birds in the frame going in different directions but I think the second shot is my favorite. I like the way you have frozen the droplets.

    The first shot is very nice but it is just a tad overexposed, I will have to show you how to compensate with the RAW converter next time you are here.
     
  3. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Those two eagles "composed themselves" well "into your frame" :D... I like how they are both going in different directions, each in his own corner of the frame ... gives a nice balance to the pic.

    So you and Richard were out shooting again?
    Cool!
    I like the second photo very much .. but although technically the eagle-pic may have flaws, that one sticks out to me most here.
     
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    Can I ask what settings you used for those water shots?
     
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    I have a rebel xt and i used f/4 aperture, iso 200 and 1/4000 sec shutter speed.
     

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