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Old 20th of January 2009 (Tue)   #1
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Here is my first HDR image of a bird. It was hand held for three exposures using 1D3 at 10fps -- makes AEB for HDR handholdable in many circumstances.


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Don't see anything
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You should try to blur the background somewhat - it is way too busy, the bird gets totally lost.
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Sorry Folks I was having some difficulty uploading but managed to get it.
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Here is my first HDR image of a bird. It was hand held for three exposures using 1D3 at 10fps -- makes AEB for HDR handholdable in many circumstances.


I don't see anything but is it possible Maybe on a duck but certainly not on a song bird. Why HDR? You can achieve the same result using fill flash.
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I am sure it's a great shot - let us know when it lands again, I'd like to see it
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