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Old Nov 11, 2005, 6:14 PM   #1
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Old Nov 11, 2005, 6:15 PM   #3
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The third one has to be my favorite... the lighting, the detail, the catchlights in the eyes, and almost all of the bird are just about perfect. The first would be my favorite,except for the cropping.... and the last one would be perfect if it wasn't quite so light. Just curious... have you tried to increase the contrast/saturation on that one just a tad? They are all beautiful pics!
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You've been posting these guys for a while - But number one and three are pro quality Finches...

The photographs of them as well!!!

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Old Nov 11, 2005, 8:38 PM   #7
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Thanks for the input. Gracie, I had the contrast up on that one as much as I thought I could, but I did up the saturation and I think it looks a little better. What do you think? On the first one, believe it or not, I only cropped a slight bit off of on of the sides. It was taken at about six feet away with my lens at 500mm. Can't uncrop that one
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It was taken at about six feet away with my lens at 500mm. Can't uncrop that one
These are all beautiful pics bmullen and I think I'll agree with the others that #3 gets first place. Also I believe you did improve the last one with the saturation. Very good work. Also what lens do you have now, I thought you were using the 100-400L.....

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thanks all. Houston, I'm using the Tamron 200-500.
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Beautifull shots here, Bob, you're really excelling yourself, quite a treat to see your pics. We have a similar finch herecalled a red-head finch, I'll see if I can grab a shot or two to post.



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