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    Golf Course Birds

    Playing Golf today and shot these on the course. C&C is welcome

    Golf Course Birds

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    Re: Golf Course Birds

    Hey..it's illegal to shoot Blue Herons in Florida,,,just kidding. I love these birds and am jealous you could get close enough to capture these images. Being where you live (just across the big pond from me - Panama City area), and being around a lot of water, you might want to start carrying a polarizing (circular) lens with you. One, it will darken the sky and water and remove glare from both places. In the second shot, it would have given you a greater contrast between the white of the Heron's head and the water. It would have also given you a little more strength in the feather details.
    Still, I do like these guys.

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    Re: Golf Course Birds

    Thanks Chris. They are used to people being close. I still have a steep learning curve on PP.

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    Re: Golf Course Birds

    Quote Originally Posted by Sam Smith View Post
    Thanks Chris. They are used to people being close. I still have a steep learning curve on PP.
    Don't we all.

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