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    A few more nature portraits.

    Liz, here are a few more nature portraits that I have taken.
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    Re: A few more nature portraits.

    Very nice, great color and sharp.
    Thanks for sharing,
    Barry

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    Re: A few more nature portraits.

    Wow! Beautiful colors.....that squirrel looks like a happy camper! I was so busy looking at the squirrel's face - and his paws that I almost missed his little friend below! Great catch! Fine image.

    The bird shot is outstanding. I love the color - and especially the reflections - and the "bokeh" is really well done. Which lens are you using - and how far were you from the bird? It's really sharp!

    Thanks again for sharing.

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    Re: A few more nature portraits.

    Quote Originally Posted by Liz View Post
    Wow! Beautiful colors.....that squirrel looks like a happy camper! I was so busy looking at the squirrel's face - and his paws that I almost missed his little friend below! Great catch! Fine image.

    The bird shot is outstanding. I love the color - and especially the reflections - and the "bokeh" is really well done. Which lens are you using - and how far were you from the bird? It's really sharp!

    Thanks again for sharing.

    Liz
    Thanks Liz! The bird 50ft, frog 30ft and the squirrel about 100ft. Most of my shooting for the last year has been with my Tamron 150-600mm zoom. This is a great lens and does a very good job on my nature shots. Most of the time I use my Nikon D7000 for a little added reach but also own and use a Nikon full frame D600
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    Re: A few more nature portraits.

    That's some nice gear! However, it's still "the photographer." You do great work, Jeff.

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    Re: A few more nature portraits.

    Quote Originally Posted by Liz View Post
    That's some nice gear! However, it's still "the photographer." You do great work, Jeff.

    Liz
    Thanks Liz, that means a lot coming from you!
    Check out my website Here
    My Nikon D7000 Tips thread is HERE

    All images posted by me anywhere are Copyrighted by Federal Law and may not be copied or used in ANY FORM without my personal written permission. Jeff Impey
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    Re: A few more nature portraits.

    All of them are great, very vivid and sharp..

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    Re: A few more nature portraits.

    i do not say anything

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