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Bad Hair Day !!!

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I like the way his head pops out above the foliage!

Post #48, Feb 07, 2011 23:31:45


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from the days when i was learning how to use my first dslr.

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Post #49, Feb 08, 2011 08:16:01


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sencem wrote in post #11800646external link
from the days when i was learning how to use my first dslr.

looks like he's ready to fight..."put up your dukes"...lol :D

Post #50, Feb 08, 2011 08:42:11


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Brand new shots - I made the mistake of putting a peanut butter flavored suet cake in my bird feeder...I know they aren't the best shots, I was slowly walking towards the squirrel while snapping pictures, he was moving a lot, it was VERY windy and the feeder was swinging, so very hard to get a good clear shot.

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Post #51, Feb 08, 2011 11:47:26 as a reply to digirebelva's post 3 hours earlier.


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^ I just checked out the EXIF on the pics...try using a faster shutter (1/200+), bump up the ISO to around 200, & open up the aperture a little bit more. You should be able to snap some sharper pics of him a lot better w/ those kinda settings :) & use AI Servo while you're walking..it'll continually keep ya in focus as you get closer.

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josullivan79 wrote in post #11802076external link
^ I just checked out the EXIF on the pics...try using a faster shutter (1/200+), bump up the ISO to around 200, & open up the aperture a little bit more. You should be able to snap some sharper pics of him a lot better w/ those kinda settings :) & use AI Servo while you're walking..it'll continually keep ya in focus as you get closer.

Thanks for the advice - I'm still learning :oops:

Post #53, Feb 08, 2011 12:16:25


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no prob :) that's what we're all here for! I"m learning myself ;)

Post #54, Feb 08, 2011 12:29:46


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Just happens to be my avatar as well :)

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Post #55, Feb 08, 2011 13:02:36 as a reply to JOSX2's post 32 minutes earlier.


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^^ Very nice :)

Post #58, Feb 08, 2011 17:18:04


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This critter was squawking loudly at me one day when I came home from a photo trip, so I pulled out my camera and "shot" it :p

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KatManDEW wrote in post #11804516external link
This critter was squawking loudly at me one day when I came home from a photo trip, so I pulled out my camera and "shot" it :p

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He was "barking" at you...;)

Post #60, Feb 08, 2011 20:14:35


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