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Aug 28, 2010 11:46 |  #1

I am very new in Bird photography. Please give your inputs, so I can improve.

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Taken with Canon 55-250mm IS @ 250mm end wide open.

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Aug 28, 2010 12:35 |  #2

Great shots.


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Aug 28, 2010 14:09 |  #3

From these pictures, not much improvement needed!

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Aug 28, 2010 17:56 |  #4

great set.. well done




  
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Aug 28, 2010 18:33 |  #5

SOme fantastic shots there :D


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Aug 29, 2010 05:39 |  #6

Thanks a lot everyone for your kind comments.


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Aug 29, 2010 06:55 |  #7

Nice shots. Would be better appreciated in the 'Bird' section.

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Aug 29, 2010 07:57 |  #8

Great shots. Out of curiosity, what was the ISO setting and shutter speed?


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Sep 03, 2010 23:27 as a reply to  @ encphotogjoe's post |  #9

I wish I could say I shot anything this well when I was just a beginner. Numbers one and four are superb! The only advice I could possibly offer is to watch for twigs and branches obstructing the clear view of the subject (unless, of course, you are intentionally incorporating them into the image for thematic or visual reasons).


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Sep 04, 2010 10:28 |  #10

Great shots! I love the off balance ones where the bird is not centered!


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Sep 07, 2010 12:55 |  #11

Very nice shots, very nice birds




  
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Sep 07, 2010 14:00 |  #12

Thanks a lot for the kind words. Really a moral boost for a beginner like me.

scrumpy wrote in post #10810013 (external link)
Nice shots. Would be better appreciated in the 'Bird' section.

David

Some how I missed that out. Next time I will keep them in right place.


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Sep 07, 2010 14:01 |  #13

encphotogjoe wrote in post #10810128 (external link)
Great shots. Out of curiosity, what was the ISO setting and shutter speed?

If I can remember properly it was ISO 400 and 1/400 SS.

John Riutta wrote in post #10847295 (external link)
I wish I could say I shot anything this well when I was just a beginner. Numbers one and four are superb! The only advice I could possibly offer is to watch for twigs and branches obstructing the clear view of the subject (unless, of course, you are intentionally incorporating them into the image for thematic or visual reasons).

Thanks for the inputs john.


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