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Oct 12, 2003 18:47 |  #1

In a brief burst of photos,. in only this one did there wings end up in perfect sync... looking for all the world like I broke out the clone tool!

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But no! This is the actual photo (cropped a bit) and the near sunset light cast the shadow of the rightmost Swan's wing and neck on the lefthand Swan's wing to prove it!

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Oct 12, 2003 19:38 |  #2

CDS

This is a very beautiful and remarkable image.
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Imagine swans -- I have never seen them in the air before. Plus the colors are so soft and grey.

I might add that I thought that I had done well -- when after the fact -- I noticed in a two- daisy image, that one's pertals were shadowing the others.

Excellent.

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Oct 12, 2003 20:31 |  #3

unbelievable shot CDS, no blur, just great focus, That is the million dollar shot :) . How did you say you cloned the other swan and put the shadow on the first ones wing ? :D :D just kidding.


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Oct 12, 2003 20:48 |  #4

BRAVO!

Very nice CDS, always a treat to see your work, and it gets more unbelievable every time.

BTW, where you on a 40ft step ladder when you took that, it looks like and Air to Air photo!

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Oct 12, 2003 23:02 |  #5

Great capture CDS, as I definitely know how hard it is to try to get birds in flight in focus!




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Oct 13, 2003 00:15 |  #6

Beautiful shot CDS. What were your camera and lens settings?

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Oct 14, 2003 10:17 |  #7

Very good shot, almost looks like a copy n paste in photoshop.




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