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    As part of our new initiative on TPF you can come and take part in a series of new in-depth articles and discussions every month. Featured this month are the methods that one of our top avian photographers, Kristofer Rowe uses to get his stunning photos (as also featured on Tamron USA website as well!). So drop in and take part, I know that Kristofer will be happy to answer your questions and hear what you do out in the field with your camera!

    Capturing Distinctive Bird Images

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Discussion in 'Welcomes and Introductions' started by srinaldo86, Jan 21, 2010.

  1. srinaldo86

    srinaldo86 TPF Noob!

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    Hey, my name is Ross and I work in Quantico, VA. I've always enjoyed photography but I'm coming to find that I don't know nearly as much as I had thought. Anyways that's part of the reason I joined this site, TO LEARN!

    I just purchased a Canon Rebel XS for Christmas (yes I bought myself a present, no one else could afford it.) I want to get lenses and a new flash.
     
  2. KenC

    KenC Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Welcome from another TPF noobie! I switched from film to digital a couple of years ago and bought a Rebel XTi. I can highly recommend the Canon 50 f1.8 and the 70-300 f4-5.6 IS.
     
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    srinaldo86 TPF Noob!

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    Thanks Ken, I've been looking at that canon 50 f1.8, the price is actually reasonable for me.
     

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