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Old May 8, 2005, 10:20 AM   #1
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Old May 8, 2005, 10:28 AM   #2
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Yes it is! And you did a GREAT job of overcoming it. Very, VERY inmpressive!

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You did very well on the exposure. I really like the last 2. 3rd one is my best with the beak open & tail all spread out. The lens bokeh on the 2nd one is a bit distracting. What seetings you were using on the Bigma? I think normcar's trick on replacing/working-with the backgrounds will help in that one.
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Thanks.

Yes I really need to figure out how to use layers. All my shots are straight from the camera with just crop saturationlighting and sharpening adjustments.
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wonderful shots, I like the first one the best.
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great shots!!! i like 2 & 3. i like the fanned tail & open mouth in 3.

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Old May 8, 2005, 8:43 PM   #7
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Wonderful job bringing out the colors....I like 1 and 3 best
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Yes I really need to figure out how to use layers. All my shots are straight from the camera with just crop saturationlighting and sharpening adjustments.
Excellent exposures zoomn, especially on the first one, just great. I don't personally have a problem with the backgrounds on these at all as the blur is enough to keep my focus on the bird. The cross-cross blur simply accentuates the idea of reed environment where these fellas are mostly found. I miss the yellowheads this year and thoroughly enjoyed your post here. Now I want them to get back here too.
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