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Old Apr 23, 2011, 11:57 AM   #1
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Old Apr 23, 2011, 12:03 PM   #2
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About as soon as it cleared up, the light started getting harsh. The finches are transitioning from winter plumage to summer.



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The 3rd one is plain ... fantastic!
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Super shots. E-3 or E-5?
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Old Apr 23, 2011, 8:11 PM   #5
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Hi Steve,

There E-5 shots.

I was trying to find out how far I could push the exposure bias before I started blowing things out. All of these shots were either +2/3 or +1 ev, but I just figured out that info isn't being handed off to Lightroom, and hasn't been with either of the E-5 bodies I've had.

For the record, I had areas that were loosing detail by over exposing in all of these shots.
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This thing is something.

From the Chickadee pic...

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That last cropped image speaks for itself. Nothing needs to be further said.

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Hey Greg,

The detail is something else.. the 3rd shot is the fav of the lot but the first and then the crop showing aas much detail as it does is pretty awesome. THose hand held or usign a Tripod/monopod ??

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The detail is something else.. the 3rd shot is the fav of the lot but the first and then the crop showing aas much detail as it does is pretty awesome. THose hand held or usign a Tripod/monopod ??

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Thanks Harj.

Tripod, as is usual for me with that lens.
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