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ajax
388 days ago
 
Another one of the Coopers Hawk at my birdbath

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IMG_1578-002 by ajax1969, on Flickr


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Candace
377 days ago
 
Northern Mockingbird
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Northern Mockingbird by maccandace, on Flickr
Hydrating Hummer
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372 days ago
 
The hummingbirds are back!

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Candace
371 days ago
 
Nice, Don.


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Candace
367 days ago
 
We don't get much rain in Phoenix so, when we do, the birds are happy:
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tufteach
361 days ago
 
http://forum.photojojo.com/img/posted/resized_img51f5c393e82a8.jpg?url=http://farm6.staticflickr.com/5330/9389246402_7eacaea591_o.jpg soaring Red-Tail Hawk by tufteach, on Flickr


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Hummingbird by tufteach, on Flickr

In late spring and early summer, we had lots of hummers. Then there were none around. In the last few days, they seem to have returned. Where have they been? Haven't seen any males, just female and juveniles.



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ajax
361 days ago
 
Thats a good shot... I have not seen any all summer until yesterday, I was sitting in the backyard, and one came up and hovered right in front of my face..


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superdewa
360 days ago
 
I envy you all your hummingbirds. I never see them around here. My motherl-in-law has a feeder. Maybe I should put one in!


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tufteach
359 days ago
 
Not a bad shot, but not as sharp as I would like. I used my tripod and remote release and was probably no more than a couple of feet away. Can anyone please have a look at the EXIF data (available on Flickr) and tell me if I should do anything differently. I had everything set up and patiently waited for a hummer to appear and then started firing. The feeder is sharp, but not the bird.

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RollsUp
358 days ago
 
Use a smaller aperture setting. The EXIF data shows that you used f/2.8 for this photo. f/2.8 has a DOF about a 1/3 of an inch at 3 feet according to the online DOF calculator (link below). You may have to bump up the ISO to get a good shutter speed depending on the aperture setting you use.
http://www.dofmaster.com/dofjs.html

Does your camera have a "focus trap" feature you can try?
http://www.digital-photo-secrets.com/ti … ife-shots/


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