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    Robin bath

    f4.5 iso 640 1/2500s #1 & 2Robin bath

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    #2Robin bath

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    Both are great captures Jack - I like the first because you have a clearer view of the bird and its environment and the second because of the action. If pressed I would say that #1 is stronger only because in the second it's harder to see the features of the bird due to the angle of shooting. Love the suspended water drops in both!

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    Nicely done, jack. A 'must view' in the larger size.

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    Nice shots. The frozen water drops are awesome. Beautiful lighting, too.

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    Re: Robin bath

    Quote Originally Posted by ShaneS View Post
    Both are great captures Jack - I like the first because you have a clearer view of the bird and its environment
    I'd go with that.

    Very much a case of taking just an everyday event and making a very impressive picture from it.

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    Re: Robin bath

    HI Jack,

    As said above, both are great captures.

    I (and I'm sure others) was interested in the shutter speed used for the frozen drops, so I reproduce the EXIF data here:

    Canon EOS 5D Mark III 560mm, at 1/2500s, f/4.5 and 500 iso (both shots identical)

    Cheers,

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    Re: Robin bath

    haha, #2 is too cute.

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    Re: Robin bath

    gorgeous, beautiful shots

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    Re: Robin bath

    #1 iso 640 and #2 iso 500 was using auto iso tv at 1 /2500s

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    Re: Robin bath

    Jack this is really good stuff.

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