The Galah Strut

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Taken:
2016-10-06
Uploaded: 2016-12-03
Camera:
NIKON D7200
Lens:
Nikon 18-300
Focal length: 300 mm
F-Stop:
7.1
Filter:
N/A
Shutter Speed:
1/80 s
Tripod:
No
ISO:
100
Flash:
No
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Critiques for this photo (6):

borrazopolitan (2016/12/03)

Current discussion:

plimrn (2016/12/03 10:01:56): I needed a faster shutter speed

feather (2016/12/03)

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plimrn (2016/12/04 16:31:32): He really is, I have had a charmed life, consider the fact that I was 17 when he was born and we pretty much grew up together. You and John have given me excellent food for thought as to the sharpness problem, Thank you

guillaumejm (2016/12/03)

jwmunro (2016/12/03)

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plimrn (2016/12/04 16:22:22): Thank you John, I've copied it to my camera file and will be trying your suggestions out as soon as I finish here....from you, there is no such thing as TMI It's all useful, thank you again

BabaCam (2016/12/05)

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plimrn (2016/12/13 20:16:10): Thanks Barbara, this little girl did make my day. Someone recently told me that to capture a bird in fight with sharpness requires a 4000 shutter speed, Here I had been thinking that 160 was good.

Jack (2016/12/08)

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plimrn (2016/12/17 21:38:59): Thanks for checking in. Sounds like you go home for the holidays.....Holidays are best with family IMHO. In December, our sun shows up between 7 & 8 and goes away around 4:30 in the evening . I'm not sure why in the morning, the arising time changes 40 minutes but in the evening, the difference is only about 10 minutes