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RDH-Cincy Apr 28, 2008 10:16 PM

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Trying to upload pic of Baltimore Oriole. E-510, 70-300mm. IS on and auto setting.

Richard


Scouse Apr 29, 2008 11:51 PM

Pretty bird Cincy, good composition, nice pose and background. Just seems a little soft, as in not as sharp as I'd like to see.

But I'd keep it!

Old Jim Apr 30, 2008 6:55 AM

I agree with Scouse. I feel you croped it a little to much adding to the softness of the photo. Keep shooting, you are going it the right direction.

HarjTT Apr 30, 2008 3:44 PM

Hi Richard

Nice attempt esp when considering how hard it is to shoot the little critters - I've yet to get a single decent shot ! - I need to get my mits on the 70-300 just for birding and animals etc.

Cheers

HarjTT

:O :G

zig-123 Apr 30, 2008 8:56 PM

Hi Richard,

Nice 1st effort with the 70-300mm lens. It's become my favorite to use these days.

A fewsuggestions:

1, If you haven't already, when you have a minute, read the Olympus School tutorial on shooting birds with longtelephoto lens. Here's the link:

http://www.olympusdigitalschool.com/...phy/index.html

2, Then go out and take lots of shots :|

3, Have tons of fun

Zig



Steven R May 1, 2008 1:16 AM

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Hi Richard: have fun experimenting with your telephoto.Don't hesitate to try new things.

Also remember that you can get an interesting photo, even without including the whole bird. I zoomed in on the flamingo's head to emphasize the waterdrops; felt it was a betterthana static shotof the whole bird.

Steve R


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