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  • 55-200 in the back yard

    I find it interesting that the Kookaburras sit still when I'm around with the Fuji and the 55-200 but when I have the Nikon and the 70-200 they fly off.

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  • #2
    clearly not like nikon stuff? nicely detailed image. maybe a little dodge around the eye? good work
    Stephen Davey. Nikon Shooter

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    • #3
      G'day mate

      Hmmm - could understand it if you were using a Kannon, but a N-eye-kon does sound a bit like the bird's yodel .... all a bit of a bad yoke
      Image wise - ya done okay mate - definitely a keeper

      Phil
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      • #4
        Nice detail even seemed to capture a little personality
        Better a full bottle in front of me
        than a full frontal lobotomy.
        Hans

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        • #5
          Great portrait, nice and close and good detail. Maybe a bit more space in front but that's being picky I guess. This is a great photo for trying the "CONTENT AWARE SCALE" method (Photoshop) to add some space to the RHS. I did a tutorial on this a while back. For those interested it HERE.
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