Early Morning Shoot

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    Something about a Lowlight Eary morning Shoot!!

    gary


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    this is a very nice picture!
    does it take a lot of patience to photograph birds?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teen4God View Post
    this is a very nice picture!
    does it take a lot of patience to photograph birds?
    It takes a Lot of Studing them to determine patterns and a lot of Patience to get good Images!!
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    Wow, you caught a perfect and symmetrical spread, and a very nice specimen. Very nice work! Rich
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    Stunning!
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    Really nice shot - I would be proud of that one

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    i really like the shot. has a look as if he's comming for you (not just at you). i do have to wonder though, how heavy of a crop? i've been shooting birds and have even found spots that let me get fairly close. so i have to ask. is the camera ff? and how much did you crop?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich Z View Post
    Wow, you caught a perfect and symmetrical spread, and a very nice specimen. Very nice work! Rich

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    Stunning!

    Quote Originally Posted by yorkshireman View Post
    Really nice shot - I would be proud of that one

    Quote Originally Posted by fortunato_uno View Post
    i really like the shot. has a look as if he's comming for you (not just at you). i do have to wonder though, how heavy of a crop? i've been shooting birds and have even found spots that let me get fairly close. so i have to ask. is the camera ff? and how much did you crop?

    This is ~ 80% of full frame as a Rule I don't post any shot with greater than 50% crop.

    Thank you all very much
    gary

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    Quote Originally Posted by yorkshireman View Post
    Really nice shot - I would be proud of that one

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    Well captured my fellow Raptor friend....nice detail and light!


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