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Old Nov 24, 2013, 11:03 AM   #1
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Default Bald Eagles at Conowingo

I visited Conowingo for first time last Thursday, it was a very dark, cloudy and cold day but I managed to catch nice shots of this beautiful animals.

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Camera
NIKON D7100

Focal Length
600mm

Aperture
f/7.1

Exposure
1/1600s

ISO
1100





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Camera
NIKON D7100

Focal Length
600mm

Aperture
f/7.1

Exposure
1/1600s

ISO
2200





5.


Camera
NIKON D7100

Focal Length
600mm

Aperture
f/7.1

Exposure
1/2000s

ISO
640





6.


Camera
NIKON D7100

Focal Length
600mm

Aperture
f/7.1

Exposure
1/2000s

ISO
640





7.


Camera
NIKON D7100

Focal Length
600mm

Aperture
f/7.1

Exposure
1/1000s

ISO
4000





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Camera
NIKON D7100

Focal Length
600mm

Aperture
f/6.3

Exposure
1/1600s

ISO
1400






Have a great week everyone.



Camera
NIKON D7100

Focal Length
600mm

Aperture
f/6.3

Exposure
1/1600s

ISO
1000

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Looks like your practice paid off, great series.

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Cool - great shots
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Excellent shots under bad weather! I can't image how well the pictures look like when you had more sunlight to work with.
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Excellent shots under bad weather! I can't image how well the pictures look like when you had more sunlight to work with.
Thank you for commenting, it was a great experience and I'll be back soon.
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Beautiful creatures and beautiful images of them, thanks.
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Amazing!
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I am really quite impressed at the high quality of your shots giving the poor lighting. You managed the high ISO's in your post processing very well. I would love to see what you do in good light. That would be truly spectacular. Well done.
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Hi Steve,

Thank you so much for the kind words, I'm happy with what I get but I think a better light willl add the pictures more contrast and color. I'm planning to visit again Conowingo with a better weather.
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