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LukeParkinson 6 30 3 United Kingdom
15 Feb 2010 1:20PM
This is very good Oli. Very well done

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Lillian Plus
7 21 17 United Kingdom
15 Feb 2010 2:10PM
The robin has seen the new camera, and giving you time for this great shot
Well done
Lillian
wrinkles 7 351 United Kingdom
15 Feb 2010 2:27PM
Well captured,makes a nice picture.
mudge Plus
14 208 75 England
15 Feb 2010 2:34PM
A cracking Robin shot!

Good shooting with your new camera
Maiwand Plus
9 3 72 England
15 Feb 2010 3:43PM
Congratulations Oli on the new quality gear. You have given it a good test with this excellent Robin. You could perhaps have cropped a bit of the empty space on the left side. That would have allowed you to give the main subject ( your Robin ) a good deal more emphasis. He is a good 'un and deserves to be seen in all his glory. Lets hope we see lots and lots more.
Ron
OliPackwood 6 5 5 United Kingdom
15 Feb 2010 3:51PM
Thanks for the advice Ron, i thought that the left hand side gave the Robbin a bit of room to move into, but I will upload a new version having croped a bit. Thanks again.
Pegon 11 78 1 England
15 Feb 2010 3:59PM
Well your new camera is working superbly Oli, this is a cracking Robin shot, V2 looks a lot better now you've cropped it.
Pete.
MandsH 9 England
15 Feb 2010 5:01PM
A lovely shot
Mandy
KarenFB Plus
10 4.7k 167 England
15 Feb 2010 5:50PM
Wow! A beautifully clear image - such wonderful details!
15 Feb 2010 6:53PM
lovely photo!
pluckyfilly Plus
10 351 33 United Kingdom
15 Feb 2010 6:55PM
superb robin shot I like the new crop but and there is always One - he needs more room at the top giving him room to stretch up more or even fly (not too much tho about 1/2 an inch or just slightly less than that) and your onto a winner - well done
15 Feb 2010 7:15PM
i prefer the crop but still a very good image
Maiwand Plus
9 3 72 England
15 Feb 2010 10:36PM
Well done Oli. In my view you have given your Robin the chance to shine that he richly deserves.
Ron
amitav 6 India
16 Feb 2010 1:48PM
well done, excellent capture of the bird.
MrsS 9 4.5k 18 England
16 Feb 2010 4:44PM
Super shot, Oli - looks like you and that 500D are going to get on really well Smile

Fran x
chrisco 11 59 3 United Kingdom
21 Feb 2010 9:56PM
great first shot with the new camera,keep up the good work! Smile
pughs 6 United Kingdom
17 Mar 2010 6:37PM
Nice shot, love the way the robin is posing for its picture
brownbear 7 2 England
11 Apr 2010 8:12AM
Very good capture, I likeV1, I think a wild bird needs room to move, but it all personal preference in the end. Happy hunting with your new camera.
Geoff
Canadiann 6 2 Canada
16 Apr 2010 8:20PM
2 beautiful captures here love them both. Really nice work you are producing and I wish I could do something like this. Lovely detail and colours.
Regards
Ann
chocky 8 England
16 Apr 2010 8:47PM
Nice one Oli. enjoy the new Camera, thanks for your vote and kind comments Chocky
26 Apr 2010 11:45AM
Two excellent shots here. spot on focussing and good detail.
Ricky.
26 Apr 2010 11:03PM
superb shots
OAKEY 8 United Kingdom
1 May 2010 9:42PM
Great new camera Oli, lovely Robin capture and keep up the good work.
Shaun
12 May 2010 12:00PM
top shot well done.
mandyx
12 May 2010 9:23PM
Great shot. V2 is so good because the quality of the original can take the crop. It is about equipment but most of all it's about a steady hand, knowing your settings and timing. I think the suggestion for a bit more headroom is really sound advice. Well done.
15 Jun 2010 9:17PM
This is a fantastic shot. They're always tooo fast for me to capture!
Sylvia
videotec 8 8 United Kingdom
4 Jul 2010 9:14PM
Lovely sharp colours in these, well captured
Pete
11 Oct 2010 7:55PM
Well done.lovely work.

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