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Old Sep 23, 2010, 10:56 PM   #1
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Default gotta love monkeys eating fruit

not the sharpest or best image by a long shot, but heres a few for ya




Ah, cute lil guy, whats he got there??



















hopefully not brains, a papaya ? We'll hope!













And as usualy, I threw in a bonus to the series





Dont mind the blurriness on some, I included cuz they were just too darn cute to leave out. He was quite the had the ndsome lil chimp

I liked the framing on the bird shot, what do u think?
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Old Sep 24, 2010, 5:57 AM   #2
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Very cute series, and fine documentation of his/her feeding behavior too. And yes, really good framing on the little bird.

Good color, but definitely (as you said) a bit soft. Was this a lens issue? Which lens did you use?
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Old Sep 24, 2010, 10:13 AM   #3
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the vivitar 90-230 again. I find it surprisingly good for the 12 or so dollars I paid for it, but I look forward to getting my new telephoto lens Monday )or hopefully tomorrow even) to finally retire it. It seems to produce a sharp image or two every now and then with the right PP and lighting conditions /only pushed to 150 or so, but otherwise is definitely a consumer grade lens. The dirty glass and poor indoor lighting did not help. You're probably familiar with this one, its what I used on just about every post Ive put up here in the past 3 months. Its versatility allowed it to stay on my camera for quite some time while I learned it inside and out.

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A fun series to view, thanks for sharing!
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