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    Birds In Flight ... A Couple From Today

    Black-bellied Whistling Duck... Nikon D7000, Nikon 55-300mm AF-S VRII, 1/2000, f/5.6, ISO 360, 0 EV

    Birds In Flight ... A Couple From Today

    Great White Egret... Nikon D7000, Nikon 55-300mm AF-S VRII, 1/2000, f/5.6, ISO 320, 0 EV

    Birds In Flight ... A Couple From Today

    Osprey... Nikon D7000, Nikon 55-300mm AF-S VRII, 1/2000, f/5.6, ISO 360, 0 EV

    Birds In Flight ... A Couple From Today

    Cattle Egrets... Nikon D7000, Nikon 55-300mm AF-S VRII, 1/2000, f/5.6, ISO 400, 0 EV

    Birds In Flight ... A Couple From Today

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    Re: Birds In Flight ... A Couple From Today

    Very good efforts. Sightly soft probably due to the distance involved - happens to me all the time.

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    Re: Birds In Flight ... A Couple From Today

    Quote Originally Posted by Bobobird View Post
    Very good efforts. Sightly soft probably due to the distance involved - happens to me all the time.
    Hi Bobo, thanks for the comment and viewing. I hear you about softness in flying birds. The camera panning, the bird flying, and autofocus trying to keep up all make it difficult. Most high end cameras do a pretty good job.

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    Re: Birds In Flight ... A Couple From Today

    I like the top image the best. It's quite clear (except as others noted) and colorful.

    I know there are no do-overs, but wonder how the bottom image with the three birds would look if you rotated the image so they appeared to be flying on a diagonal instead of horizontally. I don't know if that would look natural or not. Just a thought if you feel like it.

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