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    Default Birds Again

    I'm getting addicted to the new bird feeder, a new experience. I have never thought much of them, preferring birds in the wild. But watching the interaction and precedence has been interesting, if baffling.

    The black and white images I liked pretty much as silhouettes, and I did not bring out the dark tones except on the fluttering bird.

    E-M1 and Canon 400mm f5.6

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    These are a Panasonic G5 and 40-150mm pro+1.4x

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    Cheers,
    Don

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    Hi Don,
    Interesting bokeh in the colour ones....not sure if I like it or its too distracting......I don't dislike it though....just not sure....it's not the silky smooth of the shg's

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    Hi David. I often don't like the bokeh using this combo, especially with the 1.4x added, unless the subject is close.
    In this case I quite like it as a whole, rather than a study of the bird. Sort of swirly action
    Don

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    Default Re: Birds Again

    Quote Originally Posted by Don Baldwinson View Post
    Hi David. I often don't like the bokeh using this combo, especially with the 1.4x added, unless the subject is close.
    In this case I quite like it as a whole, rather than a study of the bird. Sort of swirly action
    Don
    Yes.....very "abstract"

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