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Old Aug 1, 2005, 12:47 AM   #1
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I had the good fortune to be relaxing at the cabin all week. Since there are not too many people around, the birds (and everything else) were out in full force. I was able to practice taking some bird photos. The hummingbird ones are a little dark, but the lighting was not good, and I had to use a fast shutter speed to get them to turn out halfway descent. Let me know what you think!



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#2 - hairy woodpecker
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I like #4 and 5 allot. #1 seems very noisy. Did you do allot of cropping on these pics?
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Thanks for the comments. I did crop#1, butnot too much. I also did some sharpening using Picasa, but I'm not sure why it looks like that. Here's the original picture, without the sharpening. I'm not sure how to fix the noise. Could it be because it was resized so small? The original file was pretty large.

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Sorry for the first post - for some reason I assumed you were talking about #2. I have deleted the first reply and posted #1 again, without the sharpening. Any better?
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Old Aug 2, 2005, 2:25 PM   #10
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Here's #1 again, only I used neat image to clean it up (I also re-did some of the other pics, too).
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