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Some bird shots from today (7)

Discussion in 'Appraisal Gallery' started by JaySteel, Feb 27, 2008.

  1. JaySteel

    JaySteel Well-Known Member

    Out and about at Sevenoaks wildlife reserve this afternoon.
    I know they're not that sharp becuase a couple have been quite cropped and I know the backgrounds are distracting but comments are still very welcome.....

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  2. ryanh

    ryanh Well-Known Member

    some nice shots of birds keep them coming :D
     
  3. Mat

    Mat Well-Known Member

    That's a nice pair of Tits you've got there.... #feels sullied for rising to such a cheap jibe#.

    I went out with the intention of photographing birds yesterday, needless to say I came back with all landscape shots :(.
     
  4. GDN

    GDN Well-Known Member

    Nice photos. I like the third and the last shots. What lens were you using and how much have you cropped down?
     
  5. JaySteel

    JaySteel Well-Known Member

    Thanks.
    I like the 3rd and last too. Most were only cropped about 10% but I've just been looking at the originals and it's the two best shots (3&7) that have lost about 60-70% of their original size.
    And the lens is my cheap Tamron 70-300 which gives very inconsistant results.
     
  6. JaySteel

    JaySteel Well-Known Member

    Well I was trying to photograph these little fellas but despite my best stalking efforts they wouldn't come out of the bushes so I ended up with bird photos instead!

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