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Old Aug 23, 2006, 7:12 PM   #1
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Mine are nowhere near as good as Mike-Buzzsaw. Mike I must say that is a clear piece of glass.
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NLP, your kind. :-)What setup are you using for a camera and lens? also, what post processing software are you using?

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Its the truth buddy.

I'm using a Pentax istD, handheld, Tamron 70-300mm

I use CS2 in this case (and often use PhotoImpact)

Right click for all EXIF should all be there.
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Try a tripod if you have one, it helps me tremendously. That Tamron doesn't have VR or IS does it? I don't think it does and if thats the case, a tripod will help you a ton. :-)

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VR and IS is the Anti-shake I think - no it doesn't. Yup, a tripod is gonna have to become a permanent extension along with prescription eye-glasses.

It's tough getting old - lol
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Nice captures... A monopod is a little more flexible when walking around and shooting fast birds. Handheld at 1/350 is tough with a moving subject and unsteady hands... I should know as I'm still working on my shutter release technique.
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