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Old Feb 27, 2010, 5:14 PM   #1
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I had a great time with the Sea Gulls yesterday! and whoops I fed them some bread I had and read the sign after ward but better bread than the garbage is how I see it... they were all so close and I even had another visitor come to see what was going on other than other birds. Try and guess what it was and I will bring the actual creature on later!
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Old Feb 27, 2010, 8:58 PM   #2
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These are nice pictures Sharp shot girl, but they suffer from "camera shake."

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Old Feb 28, 2010, 2:04 PM   #3
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It was cold of course and this shake you say they suffer from I dare think they are out of focus for they really were in focus all along CHATO... perhaps you place your self in my own spot and you may find the shake still there how would you feel and what would you do?
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It was cold of course and this shake you say they suffer from I dare think they are out of focus for they really were in focus all along CHATO... perhaps you place your self in my own spot and you may find the shake still there how would you feel and what would you do?
The best solution to camera shake is practice, practice practice. But you're EXIF date tells me that you shot them at 1/160, and at ISO 100

If you used ISO 200, you could have shot them at 1/320, ISO 400, 1/640.

All this without changing your aperture.

Every photographer has to learn their limitations and the limitations of the equipment.

These are nicely framed and interesting shots. I am trying to tell you how to make them better. No offense intended.

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Did not take any of that as that either... sometimes we have to understand we all are not on the same level of thinking... Do you know anything of the Pentax X70?
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Here are the originals to the ones taken..... so know you know I got rid of junk in the shots and was playing around with looks like a hair do...
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