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Old May 18, 2007, 6:48 PM   #1
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Hi All,

Got to the beach late, and the sparrows were the main attraction. Took a few shots though I have literally thousands of these guys. I was trying the AF 500 FTZ with the DS and Tamron 300/2.8 and stacked TC's to see how well it would fill shadows in bright sunlight.

Here's an image of two female sparrows, one standing in the water, seemingly contemplating, the other is splashing and enjoying the water. . . or is it the same bird, at two different times during her bath taken in two shots and combined in PP?



Whatdya think, and why?

Answer later, if there are any responses. . .

Scott
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Old May 18, 2007, 10:08 PM   #2
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If it's two shots, it's an awesome cloning or merging job - I can't see anything that looks like a join line. The shadows are appropriate and I don't notice any rocks that have jags. I think its two birds and one picture - I can't get anything even close to this when doing panoramas (though others do).
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