Birds d2h 70-200 vr

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Having fun as always
 
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The first image is very dramatic Hans. The silhoutte of the birds and the striations of light make this a very pleasing image. I don't know if you dodged the light on the upper right corner but if you did it is a very nice touch. People would buy this image in a large wall hanging size.
 
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Hans,

I like all three, but espeically the 1st and 2nd. I know from experience that getting birdie shots with the 70-200 is a challenge. Just not enough danged length.... :p

Regards,

Frank
 
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WOW------ It's Mr Birdman,

loloo AWWWAAA catching, isn't it.

And you wonder why we shoot birds. Now you understand.

Sure not something you can explain to anyone.

Really good stuff Hans. I like them all.

Keep up the good work.

8fps with D2H machine gun.

Geeeezzz and all I have is 4fps with the D100. 80-400 VR (love it)

Oh well, Thats it for me for cameras.

Regards
Gale
 
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The first one is my favorite too

I think I never be a bird man not enough patience too dark most of the days here

Gale,it's not the equipment look at the all the other posts I'm an amateur just have 2 great cameras to have fun,it sounds arrogant but take it from me it's not meant that way
 
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