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  1. P Bailey

    P Bailey TPF Noob!

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    that little fella is not coming out of there! nice exposure, but just a little out of focus ,good subject!
     
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    hah, at first i didnt even see it.

    i like it!
     
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    Nice capture, good live colors.
    The eyes can explore the whole frame but always come back to the little guy there. Excellent
     
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    Big Mike I am Big, I am Mike Staff Member Supporting Member

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    At first I thought that the log had an eye...then I realized there was a critter in there...cute photo.
     
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    wow I din' notice the "little fella" :) the dof is nice here :)
     
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    I like the photo, but seems to be a bit out of focus.


    I was trying to get a simialr shot the other day. I saw a chipmunk run into a small hole on a tree the other day, so I sat there for nearly 30 minutes waiting for him to poke his head back out of the hole, so I could get a good shot, but needless to say, he never came out.
     
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    Great shot!
    How did you manage to make it, did you use some telelens, or have some cloaking abilities?
     
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    This taken with a Nikon D70 with 300mm lens. It was handheld, so that may account for the slight focus issue.
     
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    LOL, I knew it.
    300mm on D-70 equals with 390mm on 35mm camera, right?
    Well, using it handheld is not a problem, but in such case you have to obey the focal lenght rule - the longer the focal lenght, the faster shutter speed is to be used! 1/500s would be optimal in this case...
     

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