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A few Birds
Lens: DA*300 Camera: K5 Aperture: F4.5 
Posted By: coreyhkh, 05-01-2012, 09:54 AM

Here are a few pictures I took on the weekend I am pretty happy since I have just started learning. Enjoy

All Shot with K5 and DA*300 other then cropping hardly any post processing.

you can see more here http://www.flickr.com/photos/54773292@N07/








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Well done!
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Very fine - especially the Cardinals.

Been trying for ages and still don't have a decent shot of a Cardinal.

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I got the shot my playing there call on my iphone and placing it in the tree. I was told this on Friday and didnt really believe him but I tried it and was shocked it would work even beter if I had camo on. Also it will work better at different times in the season I have heard its good for finding Owls. He also said placing food would help also by keeping them around.

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Very nice sharp shots.--charliezap
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Love them! You did much better with the reds of the Cardinal than I usually do. Nice shooting!
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QuoteOriginally posted by coreyhkh Quote
I got the shot my playing there call on my iphone and placing it in the tree.
I wouldn't have believed it either. Amazing! That explains the quizzical look in the third shot. That's a tip I will definitely file away for future use.

This is an excellent set, tack sharp and with interesting "poses" and compositions. And great lighting -- lovely soft light in the cardinal shots, and direct light at a great angle to show detail and a perfect glow in the eyes in the Killdeer and Brown Thrasher (?) shots.
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Excellent I think all of us would be happy with those - fine series.

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Thanks Everyone.
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