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Old Jan 22, 2008, 12:59 PM   #1
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I took the short 25 mile trip to the Viera Wetlands this morning. Took about 200 pictures these are a couple of the good ones. I will work on others and post to my flikr account in the next few days. Since the Space Coast Birding Festival is going on now, I wont be able to get in anwhere without a line. And since Pentax is only showing their optics, scopes and binoculars, at the show no sense spending $20 to get in. Of course Nikon the shows major sponsor is showing everything.






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Old Jan 22, 2008, 1:56 PM   #2
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These are simply one step over what most of us manage, I extend my compliments.

What PP do you do?

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Great stuff 2many. I'd like to see some more!

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Old Jan 22, 2008, 2:41 PM   #4
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you set a high bar. something to strive for.
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Kjell,

My PP is almost always the same, crop, then level adjustment and noise removal. thats it.
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Simply stunning. What lens and what distance if you don't mind me asking....Very good sharpness for cropped images!



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Old Jan 23, 2008, 5:31 PM   #7
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Thanks Dawg,

Lens was my old tried and true Tamron 70-300MM DI, The heron was about 25 yards off, the egret about the same.


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Thanks Dawg,

Lens was my old tried and true Tamron 70-300MM DI, The heron was about 25 yards off, the egret about the same.

It is certainly doing you well my friend.



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wow, these are great!
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Hi 2many,

Who needs standing in line when you can be out taking shots like these. Very well done!

I envy your weather and the opportunities to shoot birds while I'm pretty much stuck inside waiting for winter to go away. . .

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