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  1. #1511
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    Lovely eagle shot's Gordon, what a fascinating bird!

    Here's a picture i took today, sadly i only have the kit lens atm. Some more reach would have allowed me to get a better angle at these.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/14807929@N05/

    D40+Sigma 17-70-2.8-4.5 DC MACRO

  2. #1512
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    The Blue Jays Back

    He turned his back when he saw the papperatzi.
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  3. #1513
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bynx View Post
    He turned his back when he saw the papperatzi.
    Great ass shot. . Damn you, I need to get that close the birds.
    Brian C. Racine

    Canon 40D | 24-70mm f/2.8L | 50mm f/1.4 USM | 28-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM | BG-E2 Grip | 580EX II

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  4. #1514
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    Ruffed Grouse

    I lucked out on this one - You don't see a lot of these posing like this in a good setting.
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    Gil from Alberta
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  5. #1515
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    Ruffed Grouse 2

    A better picture
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    Gil from Alberta
    Olympus E-510, 14-42, 40-150, 70-300, Oylmpus FL-50,
    Panasonic FZ50, Panasonic FZ8, Schneider Kr 1.4x, Schneider Kr .7x, Raynox DCR2020Pro, Raynox DCR6600Pro, Manfrotto Monopod and Tele Lens Support, Red Dot target finder

  6. #1516
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    Here are my first pics from my S9000. These were taken on full auto, handheld, and no edits other than a crop and Photobucket's resizing. I'm open to any and all criticism. Next time I hope to have a tripod, and maybe even learn how to use some of the manual controls, histogram, etc.

    Hyacinth Macaw - Anadorhynchus hyacinthinus


    This lil fella, whose name I didn't catch, looks like he needs a nap.


    This guy has the right idea.
    Mallard - Anas platyhynchos
    Eugene Leafty
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  7. #1517
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    Here's a Black-shouldered Kite atop a Norfolk Pine taken with a Pentax K10D and a sigma 50-500
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  8. #1518
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    like these lovely images of birds
    I was born and brought up in Iran, a beautiful country full of history. I started taking photos at an early age (15 years old) of my life with a Lubitel, a Russian twin lenses camera.

    k o m b i z z

  9. #1519
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    Hi!

    This was taken in late summer with my old camera (Kodak 740). I didn't have a CLUE as to what I was doing (still don't ).

    Gary
    ~ Olympus E-620 ~ Fujifilm HS-10
    Joshua 24:15

  10. #1520
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    Smile Great photos in a great thread!

    Hi All

    Here are some of the first bird photos that I've taken with my Fuji S5700/S700.
    Unfortunately not as sharp as some of the brilliant shots in this thread and all shot hand-held on a bright spring afternoon without the benefit of any filters, in Sports mode...

    First, a Noisy Miner:
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    Second, a wading water-bird (previously incorrectly described as a "Waterfowl"):
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    Third, Ibis:
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    cheers,
    Last edited by Benjamin2007; 12-02-2007 at 06:33 AM. Reason: To correct incorrect photo label

    Benjamin
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