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Old Jun 25, 2005, 8:01 AM   #1
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Hi,

Got this beautiful bird near my summer home. They have nest somewhere in the roof so they were sitting on the wires near home, so I could easily take some pictures of them from the second floor window. They were also bringing foof for their babies, but the pictures didn't came out because of background or the wires. But I'm lucky with these which I got. Probably the male picture is not that good because of blown white forehead, but I'ts difficult (atleast for me) to get right exposure.
Taken with FZ20.
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Old Jun 26, 2005, 12:01 AM   #2
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Exposure and sharpness are actually pretty good on these. You should be quite happy with the shots overall. It would be nice not to have a man-made perch, but things like that just can't be determined by anything but fate. You have a nice blur in the background as well.
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Old Jun 26, 2005, 3:12 AM   #3
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Exposure and sharpness are actually pretty good on these.* You should be quite happy with the shots overall.* It would be nice not to have a man-made perch, but things like that just can't be determined by anything but fate.* You have a nice blur in the background as well.
Thank you Normcar for leaving comment!
Well, I also don't like these wires, but at the moment there are not very many choises for me and my FZ20. Maybee teleconverter would help me to get closer to birds, but as we all know by bmullens works, to get very good results you have to use the bird blind.
So I just try to use all possible ways to get some nice pictures :-)
But, as I'm only 17, I believe taht in years I will change to DSLR, which should allow me more versatility. But thats in future... :-)
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