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Old Apr 26, 2008, 10:53 PM   #21
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That lens is amazing, but of course it is only glass and plastic without you.
Brilliant shots.

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Old Apr 27, 2008, 7:47 AM   #22
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They look great to me....I don't know which makes me the most jealous...The lens, your proximity and access to these birds or your skill shooting them! LOL


Dawg, it is more persistance and patience tha skill. The faster focus will help for quick reaction shots. I am lucky this rookery is about 15 miles from my home.

What cities are you near in Alabama, my Sister in Law is from Dothan.

Keep shooting, I enjoy your posts.

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Old Apr 27, 2008, 8:00 AM   #23
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snooked wrote:
I attempted 24 BIF photos in this shoot. I consider 11 in focus (Not all usable due to framing). There were 7 marginally out of focus and 6 grosely out of focus.
I do not know what the average Photographer gets but this was an improvement over my past experience


That for BIF is a very high keeper rate already. That wastage rate is nothing at all. Good move.

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