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RT Hawk #37614
12/06/11 03:39 PM
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He showed up & then left with in a couple of minutes. He was gone by the time I said thank you.













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Re: RT Hawk [Re: Wacky roger] #37619
12/06/11 07:30 PM
12/06/11 07:30 PM
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Another nice series, Roger. I particularly like the last BIF shot. Question though - when I look at the image on my monitor, I see a white outline around the hawk. Was this a stacked exposure?

James

Re: RT Hawk [Re: James Morrissey] #37620
12/06/11 09:08 PM
12/06/11 09:08 PM
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Originally Posted By: James Morrissey
Another nice series, Roger. I particularly like the last BIF shot. Question though - when I look at the image on my monitor, I see a white outline around the hawk. Was this a stacked exposure?

James



Sorry my bad, I fixed it.


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Re: RT Hawk [Re: Wacky roger] #37622
12/07/11 03:40 PM
12/07/11 03:40 PM
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Nice series. I like the fourth image best... the last shot of the bird perched. While technically excellent I will confess I'm not wild about BIF shots where the bird is going away. That doesn't mean others won't enjoy them.

Re: RT Hawk [Re: Bob D.] #37625
12/07/11 03:56 PM
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Originally Posted By: Bob D.
Nice series. I like the fourth image best... the last shot of the bird perched. While technically excellent I will confess I'm not wild about BIF shots where the bird is going away. That doesn't mean others won't enjoy them.



Thanks for looking and for your comment.


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