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A few recent birds.

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    Default A few recent birds.

    I'm still trying to get used to the new camera/lens combination. I was disappointed with it at first but with a fine tune adjustment and going through a big learning curve I now love it!
    Here are a few shots I've managed to get recently.

    20190415 DSC_7135 by Selena Rhodes Scofield, on Flickr

    20190415 DSC_6432 by Selena Rhodes Scofield, on Flickr

    04042019 DSC_5889 by Selena Rhodes Scofield, on Flickr

    04042019 DSC_5545 by Selena Rhodes Scofield, on Flickr

    towhee DSC_2925 by Selena Rhodes Scofield, on Flickr

    20190415 DSC_6564 by Selena Rhodes Scofield, on Flickr
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    Thanks for sharing!
    What camera lens combo are you using?

    Terry

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    Quote Originally Posted by terry_g View Post
    Thanks for sharing!
    What camera lens combo are you using?

    Terry
    Terry, I have a Nikon D500 with a Nikkor 200-500 F5.6 lens.

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    I'm impressed with your results!

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    These photos show different types of bird, you surely have managed to get wonderful images.

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    Another great set of images Jude. From these it looks like you have got the hang of the new camera.
    Can't pick a fave as they are all so good.

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    Missed this set - really well done Jude!!
    Shots 2, 3 and 4 are faves here for me....2 wins it though.
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    I missed this set too. I am glad to have found it now.

    All are great, but I love the sharpness of the second and the last photos, however the winner for me is the silhouette.
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