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Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Canoncan, May 17, 2005.

  1. Canoncan

    Canoncan TPF Noob!

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    I had posted this in the critique gallery, it did not get much in the viewing area. I had posted some similar a few weeks back. This one is from last week at a local nesting area. This is the lead lookout.

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    Man you sure do have a talent for catching those great bird shots!!!: )
     
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    now that is fantastic! very sharp and well composed! nice work.
     
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    what they ^ said!!! very nice work :thumbup:
     
  5. ChrisPol

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    An interesting shot. On my monitor there appears to be a few dark spots (dust maybe) in the sky; those could be healed in PS though.
     
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    Brilliant shot Canoncan. Very well done
     
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    Man your good at those bird shots =p. My dad was a falconer and his brother a master falconer. The goverment sent like injured bald eagles to recover with him. They had awesome birds I wish I got to photograph them.
     
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    Another great bird shot Canoncan. Canadian birds must be a lot more relaxed than Irish ones. We have lots of grey herons on the reservoir where I live,but as soon as you get within 100 yards of them, they're off.
     
  9. John E.

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    Very good, the detail is great. I am amazed the branch in front is so sharp, must have been using a small aperature setting.
     
  10. Raymond J Barlow

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    amazing shot.. how do you get so close??? really fine stuff.. again!!
     
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    mentos_007 The Freshmaker!

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    great! I like the sharpness.
     

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