Testing the new 70-300 VR

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  1. snownow

    snownow TPF Noob!

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    Took the new 70-300 Vr from nikon out to bolsa chica wetlands, it seemed to work out ok. Most were pretty sharp, even at 300mm. There were not alot of birds around when I was shooting. I will try again tomorrow.:wink:

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  2. lostprophet

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    both great shots but that 2nd one is a winner
     
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    I really go for the first. Something about it is really amazing. It might be the negative space, the texture of the water, or the tone on the neck and beak. But damn, that watermark is distracting.

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    It is the composition and the reflection. The second shot has the bird dead center.
     
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    Very nice. I like the first one.
     
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    The first shot is very nice...great balance
     

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