Yet another hummingbird

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  1. icassell

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    I can't stop shooting these guys.

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    Outstanding close up! Comp & DOF are right on! :thumbup:
     
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    Our hummingbirds are still here too. Maybe just a tad more brighter, but I like it.
     
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    Thanks, folks. It's images like this that make me happy I bought my 7D. I could never have gotten that kind of crop at ISO 640 off my 30D.

    Here's the unedited version:

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    You can get pretty close to them. All you need to do is hang a hummingbird feeder and wait. You can add a stick too. I'm using my 5D, 300mm and 1.4x and most are just cropped for composition.
     

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