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Hummingbird Also Hummingwasp???
Posted By: Danny Delcambre, 06-22-2010, 03:19 PM



Hummingwasp?? Ha Ha


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06-23-2010, 09:49 AM   #2
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I failed??? I seen View 105 no one like it??? Let me know if it is a good hummingbird but not hummingwasp.. Thanks

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the first one is great

second one is out of focus as far as i can tell.

also, try increasing the contract of the first image a little.
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Thanks, beer_nuts

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The hummingbird looks good, the wasp is actually a yellow jacket and a bit out of focus.
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Hummingbird looks fabulous. Is that frozen with a flash gun??
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The hummingbird is gorgeous - great shot ! What lense where you using ?

Wasp - hmmm maybe not You definitely missed focus as you can see it's actually focused behind the wasp on the right.
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Thanks all of you.

I use my old DA 50-200mm but use 160mm, size 3398 x 2312, f/5.6, 1/1600 sec, ISO-320, Center Weighted, and No Flash I stand to feeder about 4 feet. Depend on Weather. I use Tv Mode. Smile.

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Is that a bug on the underside of the hummingbird's beak? Nice image.
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Is that a bug on the underside of the hummingbird's beak?
Looks like water, probably just left a feeder. There's a drop or two right at the chin too, on underside of beak...or it might be a tiny feather...

That shot is a lot nicer than any of my hummingbird shots so far, nice job.
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Danny...your Hummingbird is picture perfect...great capture!
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Thanks all of you. Smile
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