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    Just for smiles

    Early yesterday morning on the way to work I found these guys hanging out near my home. It was pretty low diffused light which caused me to need to open it up a little more than I would have liked hence the shallow DOF, but they were just to cute not to share. Hope you enjoy.

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    Re: Just for smiles

    There's definitely a caption competition waiting to be run with #2!

    They might be just for smiles, but, again, they've been finished to a very high standard - things like the exposure and sharpness are just spot-on.

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    Cute shots paul. Nothing like baby goslings to put a smile on your face. What iso were you shooting?

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    Re: Just for smiles

    Very good Paul. You sure got an eye for it and a great big smile from me. #3 says: dude, will my picture realy be seen around the world?

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    Re: Just for smiles

    Nice work. No #2. is my favourite..... "Look at me Ma! I'm dancin' " But they are all beauties.

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    Re: Just for smiles

    Thanks guys. I hope I get the chance to shoot some more before they get to old.

    Steve, I was shooting ISO 400 and should have bumped it up some, but I am still in the habits from my previous ill iso handling body.

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    Thanks guys. I hope I get the chance to shoot some more before they get to old.

    Steve, I was shooting ISO 400 and should have bumped it up some, but I am still in the habits from my previous ill iso handling body.

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    Re: Just for smiles

    Quote Originally Posted by jeeperman View Post
    Thanks guys. I hope I get the chance to shoot some more before they get to old.

    Steve, I was shooting ISO 400 and should have bumped it up some, but I am still in the habits from my previous ill iso handling body.


    Don't be afraid to use the ISO. Just make shure you push the exposure to reduce the noise , and then edit with a little noise reduction . The chickadee shot i just posted was ISO 1000, and as you can see , it's not noisy at all.

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