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Old Mar 6, 2012, 11:07 AM   #1
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There was just a bunch of sparrows before me but when I came back with my camera there was only one left en pretty far.
Keeping the E-3 still at 200mm handheld is very hard to do it seems.

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Old Mar 6, 2012, 11:36 AM   #2
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Heheheh and, that's why tripods were invented! Still a nice catch, Lordje.
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That is a nice one. The E-3 and the 200mm is my favorite combo. I like your effect of the circular center in focus and the surrounding area of soft focus.
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Heheheh and, that's why tripods were invented! Still a nice catch, Lordje.
Thx Gary. Indeed have that but if it has to go fast then not handy.
For valentine I did get a monopod, did asked a normal one nothing to special and my wife bought me a Manfrotto 682B. Not used so far.

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That is a nice one. The E-3 and the 200mm is my favorite combo. I like your effect of the circular center in focus and the surrounding area of soft focus.
Thank you Steven, I know that is your favorite combo and I do know you take a lot of your shots hand-held. Man you must heavy muscles in your arm
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Nice shot, I like the vignee effect framing the sparrow.
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Nice shot, I like the vignee effect framing the sparrow.
Thank you Ken.
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