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  1. #1891
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    Nice flamingo shot dpr! I like the dof. Here's my flamingo shot. haha.
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    DPR & LBGChris - both good, but quite different Flamingo shots
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    Lorikeets at my parents bird bath.
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    Nice I see you adjusted it a little. Looks a little more even now. I really like the colors in that one. Here's one from me... went the opposite direction.
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    Not bad Geoff. What were you testing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheWengler View Post
    Not bad Geoff. What were you testing?
    Are you refering to the model ducks?
    I was using the Tamron 28 -200 which is a pretty good walkaround lens if you don't need wide angle - it seems decently sharp - sharper most of the time than my 17 - 70 Sigma.
    Testing? - well more exerimenting with low light, & White balance and depth of field etc
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    Yeah, I was talking about your ducks. That lens should save you from lots of lens changes.
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    Stella, the King Vulture

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    Quote Originally Posted by ohmygoat View Post
    Stella, the King Vulture
    Wow - that's amazing on several levels!!
    What a weird looking bird, there are so many typres of VUlture - but I have not seen this one before!!
    Great photo - really nice and sharp and detailed, good head and 'shoulders' view too.
    Geoff Chandler. UK/England/Surrey
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    Thanks Geoff! Interestingly (perhaps), that photo was taken in my pre-dSLR days with an old Panasonic FZ10 (4 screamin' MP's).

    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff Chandler View Post
    Great photo - really nice and sharp and detailed, good head and 'shoulders' view too.

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