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  1. #7521
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  2. #7522
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    nice detail and texture in the first.
    not sure the blue works in the second though.

    bout time you put him in an aussie jersey rich.
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  3. #7523
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    Agreed Rooz, I don't like the blue either but the little bastard flew away after 2 test shots and I couldn't find him again.

    I'm sure he's eating my curtains somewhere.
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  4. #7524
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    bout time you put him in an aussie jersey rich.
    He wears Australian for Cricket and All Blacks for everything important.

  5. #7525
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    Agreed Rooz, I don't like the blue either but the little bastard flew away after 2 test shots and I couldn't find him again.

    I'm sure he's eating my curtains somewhere.
    Nice shots, DPR. The details on the insects are quite nice. I do agree that the blue is quite distracting.

    Perhaps red works better :

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  6. #7526
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    The skin tones look a tad off on this one, but its hard to truly judge since she tends to have an interesting skin color (almost a tad 'orange'-ish).




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    Last edited by Turo; 10-26-2008 at 06:46 AM.

  7. #7527
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    took this a few days ago...

    around 14 shots!
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  8. #7528
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    Finally took a trip to Seattle. Here's my best shot from the afternoon (and yeah, I suppose this is a dime-a-dozen image, but I prefer "classic".)

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    Manual focus... out my driver's-side car window at a red light! I got lucky.
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  9. #7529
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    Thought I posted this before, might have been in the bird thread.
    If it is a repeat, my apologies.

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  10. #7530
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    fionndruinne, that shot brings back memories, I went to Seattle right when I was starting to think about getting a camera and yours is a different take on the "dime" shot, well done.

    Rich, that's a gorgeous shot. I love the soft lighting.
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