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Taken at Bowlees in Teesdale (Nov). I called it a pair of Kingfishers because just as the shutter completed it's work a Pair of Kingfishers actually flew past following the line of the water. Frantic searching did not find them again. I am dissapointed in the quality of this uploaded image as original image (in my opinion is sharp and one of th best I've done in my limitied time in photography). It was taken to try and hone my skills in terms of sharpness and DOF etc, so composition may not be the best.

Camera:Canon EOS300D
Lens:Sigma 55-200 @ 59mm
Recording media:N/A Camera set at ISO 200
Title:A Pair of Kingfishers
Username:Maverick Maverick
Uploaded:26 Nov 2004 - 3:15 AM
Tags:Landscape / travel
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matmonty
matmonty  10122 forum posts United Kingdom
26 Nov 2004 - 3:17 AM

A great shot, nicely done.
Click.

Mat.

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devon-photographic

Nice shot. Maybe boost the saturation, slightly? Click

Jules

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rowdy 49
rowdy 49 e2 Member 10rowdy 49 vcard England
26 Nov 2004 - 3:34 AM

Caught the movment of the water well,nice photo.

Paul.

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Tony_M
Tony_M e2 Member 10342 forum postsTony_M vcard England
2 Jan 2005 - 3:26 AM

If you had zoomed in to remove about 1/5 from the left, and 1/6 from the bottom, the waterfall would feature larger in the frame, and would flow through the a little better. Sharpness and DOF can be difficult to see at this size.

Good luck in finding those kingfishers some day!

Tony

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