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Old Jun 5, 2013, 3:54 AM   #11
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Your pictures improve quite a bit. Only the Grebe and the Blue Duck (first 2 pics) are soft, the rest are good. Grebes are hard to aim at since they dive all the time. Keep shooting and change settings when needed, soon you will make good progress.
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Old Jun 5, 2013, 6:22 AM   #12
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Thank you, I took your advice and upped the ISO to 800 allowing shutter speeds around 1/640 and 1/800.
The Grebe and Blue Billed were too far away and are heavily cropped.

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