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Barnwell creeper

Watching treecreepers this morning at barnwell country park, busy little critters. they was winkling out little red lava from out of the hard to track with the lens.light was good but a touch soft.any advice would be grateful.

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11 Mar 2012 1:51PM
Great capture.

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11 Mar 2012 2:25PM
Well spotted and captured.

great shot Grin
Brian65 9 2 United Kingdom
11 Mar 2012 6:16PM
Great shot.
11 Mar 2012 7:34PM
Well captured Scott, worth the visit out yesterday.
Gerryrys 6 1 United Kingdom
12 Mar 2012 5:56PM
Looks like you were lucky to see it never mind photograph it! Smile

Good shot

FeatherFriend 10 38 217 England
13 Mar 2012 4:17PM
Hi Scott, the comp is very good and it's a fine shot of a bird I've yet to get in my own PF. Looking at the EXIF data I see the shutter speed looks fine, the general rule is that the shutter speed needs to equal the focal length of the lens so that's bang on. (you can get away with less if the bird isn't moving about too much). The problem I feel is you are using plus exposure comp not only here but also on your last two shots. For birds and animals with white you need to use minus exp comp to prevent burn out especially when you have very bright light as you have here. Take a couple of test shots to see the difference when you dial in maybe 1 stop maybe even more with a situation like this. Hope you take this as help as I don't wish to offend you or anyone else on the site and you did ask for suggestions.
13 Mar 2012 7:16PM
Thanks Geoff. Great that you noticed the exposure comp.Getting the camera out now to change the settings .Thanks a lot.This is why i post on Ephotozine so that people like you help people like me.
Thanks again.

regards scott.

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