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    Bird on a Rope

    The pine limbs were getting old, so i put up a rope for them to land on.......................(i have a deer horn up for them now, waiting for them to get used to it, for next time)

    Same set-up as last time

    Canon EOS 40D
    Firmware
    -
    Shooting Date/Time
    1/17/2013 01:49:00
    Tv(Shutter Speed)
    1/160Sec.
    Av(Aperture Value)
    F5.6
    Metering Modes
    Split metering
    Exposure Compensation
    0
    ISO Speed
    1250
    Lens
    -
    Focal Length
    420.0 mm (Canon 300 f/4L IS + 1.4x TC)

    Shot off monopod with camera mounted flash.


    Bird on a Rope
    Last edited by Steve S; 17th January 2013 at 09:01 PM.

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    Re: Bird on a Rope

    Nice portrait shot.

    "Split metering" - what is that? I do not have that on my Canons.

    Why and how is it useful?

    Thanks.

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    Re: Bird on a Rope

    Quote Originally Posted by Bobobird View Post
    Nice portrait shot.

    "Split metering" - what is that? I do not have that on my Canons.

    Why and how is it useful?

    Thanks.

    Thanks bobo, i don't know why it says that...................Evaluative metering mode.

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    Re: Bird on a Rope

    Ahhhh, was scratching my head over that wondering if there was a hole in my limited knowledge.

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    Re: Bird on a Rope

    Quote Originally Posted by Bobobird View Post
    Ahhhh, was scratching my head over that wondering if there was a hole in my limited knowledge.
    And to think I just screwed up, a perfect opportunity , to mess with your head..........

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    Re: Bird on a Rope

    Nice shot Steve looking forward to the antler shots.... Why didnt I think of that ?

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    Re: Bird on a Rope

    Quote Originally Posted by jamn4ex View Post
    Nice shot Steve looking forward to the antler shots.... Why didnt I think of that ?
    Thanks james, just putting some different things out there, to see what i can come up with. They will land on just about anything. Try to place it between where they are comming from ,and the feeder, and they will usually land on it .

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