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Old Mar 20, 2008, 11:02 PM   #21
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thanks nymphetamine. i appreciate the comment.

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Those are great Hung, and the spring colors are just amazing.

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thanks tom. these wood ducks are stunning in their coloration. they also have a irradescence to their green head plummage so depending upon how the light hits it, it has a shiny sparkle to it. beautiful.

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Great shots Hung. What amazes me is the angle, and the looks of a personal pose just for you.



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thanks will. these shots look posed because i took a ton of shots. i filled up my entire 2gig compact flash card with over 600 shots of these guys. so as a wood duck would swim past me i will have taken 20-30 shots, capturing all the different poses and angles. this helps me in post processing, because i can then select the best pose that i like. so in regards to capturing the right pose and angle, it's just a numbers game. shoot more shots and it increases the chance that you will end up with something you like.

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