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Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by anox3, Mar 1, 2007.

  1. anox3

    anox3 TPF Noob!

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    Any opinions good or bad welcome.
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    i like the shot....does the seagull have only one leg?
     
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    I think the landing gear has not been fully retracted.

    Cool shot.


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    i c...i can never get a good shot of a bird midflight:er:
     
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    Patrice No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    How did you get the shot - I mostly miss those, I do way better when my subject isn't moving.
     
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    Seagulls are pretty easy to photograph when you have someone feeding them nearby. :) I shoot with a Olympus E-Volt 500 8.1 MP. This shot was manual at 1/4000 sec. Iso 400 at f/3.5. I do wonder though where the heck they put their legs. They are hidden so well they do not look like they have any. The composition is bad though. I missed part of the bird. It would have been alot nicer if both birds would have been fully in the picture.
     

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