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Old Jun 13, 2007, 5:31 PM   #1
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Took these today, one at normal shutter speeds and the other at 125sec @ f/4.5 with a 300mm lens, hand held.




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I like the last one, it is sharp but not over sharp.

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Old Jun 13, 2007, 6:18 PM   #2
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Excellent. These are fantastic. Nothing more i can say. Keith
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Old Jun 13, 2007, 6:25 PM   #3
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Sharp and great bokeh, I am tempted to say "as usual" in a complimentary tone of course.

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Very nice Tom...I echo the comments by Keith and Ira. Good results for hand holding a 300mm!

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Wow! Your butterfly is just about perfect, but that second one is really AWESOME! Love everything about it.
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Old Jun 14, 2007, 8:38 AM   #6
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Tom, two really great shots,

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Really like both of these shots. Fav is the chipmunk, as we only see these in captivity.


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Old Jun 14, 2007, 4:35 PM   #8
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Really like both of these shots. Fav is the chipmunk, as we only see these in captivity.


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Darren, how about if I FedEx you a couple, as we have more than our share.

Thanks for the comments everyone, I too like the way the Chipmunk turned out, more like film than digital.

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I did actually come close to buying a pair of chipmunks about 10 years ago, until I found out that the only way to catch them was to use a large landing net! I have had hamsters, gerbils, rats, and chinchillas, but nothing is as fast as a chipmunk!


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Monza76 wrote:
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Sharp and great bokeh, I am tempted to say "as usual" in a complimentary tone of course.

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Ira is just a bit ahead of me, "as usual", doing what I will do and saying what I'm about to say.

Like Darren I'd like to have a pair of chipmunks, but I don't think they could be found here. Have had chincillas though,more lovely as pets (and intelligent!) than might be expected.

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