Thanks Frank! But I can't take the credit for getting all that close. It was more the magic of the crop tool in NC... They are about 60% the size of the original. I used that new up-size method (that I posted) to enlarge the cardinal and the tit with the tongue sticking out to 8 x 10. The cardinal came out superb and the tit came out OK. It's not as sharp as the cardinal and it was cropped more... But at a foot away, it looks pretty good. I'm getting to like these D2H cameras...Beautiful shots Jim. Looks like you got really close on those last two. :smile:
Thanks Dianne. Nope, haven't settled on a date yet. I'm kind of working on something interesting to photograph and that is date dependant...Beautiful as always, Jim! Got a bar b que date set yet?
Thanks Bill!Great sutff Jim!! Tack sharp!!
Thanks Irv. Snow Geese are pretty much gone from Middle Creek. Where is your next stop?Very very nice
Thanks Chris. I have the TC16a to help me... :wink:Great shots Jim. I need to work on my Titmouse shots. They keep moving too fast for me and my 500P.
Hey - we're on a strict food budget and these guys are pretty much free. So what it if takes 3 dozen to make a meal! :biggrin: :tongue:A barbeque primer???? You plan on serving fricasseed Cardinals and Tit-Mice?????? Oh nooo, it would take half a dozen to make a good meal!!!!!
Sorry, I just couldn't resist!!
Excellent images, Jim... Love the tongue in the second shot.
Thanks Rich! I never knew how many different little birdies we had at the house until I started photographing them. It's fun!Nice shots Jm. Since I put up the feeder a while back, it has enticed the pair of cardinals that nest nearby to visit my deck often. It seems the birds know where the food is now. Now if I can just get out there and get some pics...been so busy lately. Looking forward to the BBQ.
Thanks Gary!Nice Shots, good exposure and sharp
Thanks Mike! I think you got me hooked on this stuff! :biggrin:They look good to me the D2H fiels can be cropped and it creates a great lookign image as you have proven