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Lens: 200mm Camera: K20d Photo Location: Wilp, IJssel, NL ISO: 200 Shutter Speed: 1/125s Aperture: F8 
Posted By: Rense, 01-09-2010, 01:26 AM

Shot yesterday with the Super-Multi-Coated Takumar 200/4.


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01-09-2010, 01:36 AM   #2
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Great capture of the moment!
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I like it too.
Subject's a little small in the frame but you got him perfectly.
The background serves excellently for perspective.
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Great capture of the moment!
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I like it too.
Subject's a little small in the frame but you got him perfectly.
The background serves excellently for perspective.
Thank you both! For Ash, I have made a landscape version, in which the subject is a little more obvious....



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Super shot either way but the landscape version does definately work better. You can almost hear the goose landing control tower yelling "power power power." LOL

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Great - makes me want to duck my head!!

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Super shot either way but the landscape version does definately work better. You can almost hear the goose landing control tower yelling "power power power." LOL

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Thanks Mike! On the Dutch forum they like the portrait one better.....
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Great - makes me want to duck my head!!

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Thanks Jer . I have it as desktop on my laptop right now, and my wife tells me the same...

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Thats a very good shot!
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Thats a very good shot!
Thanks a lot !
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Like this shot Rense. Great capture. Talk about being in the right place at the right time and being able to take advantage of it.
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Like this shot Rense. Great capture. Talk about being in the right place at the right time and being able to take advantage of it.
Thank you Suzan!
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I agree with the rest Rense the landscape looks way better. JIM
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I think your crop is excellent. You cropped out the bottom which was a little distracting and reduced the image to three elements- the duck; the out of focus tree; and the weather elements- simple and effective while maintaining good balance in the composition.

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nice one Rense
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