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Discussion in 'Photography Forum' started by Tom W, Mar 2, 2008.
Nice pictures guys!
Here is my submission for this month. There was lots of motion the dog running the me moving the camera. This was during the Milwaukee Sport Show they had a fastest retrieve contest.
Well this is my first time just got my camera a few days ago and can't put it down
Mallard leaving the park
No were to go
While every winter we have a small population of mallards that winters on the bay and small areas of open water, most migrate south. When the daylight becomes longer and the rivers begin their melting process, the influx of mallards is one of the first signs of spring. While cruising some of my hunting areas for signs of life the other day, I found a small pocket of mallards in a shallow stream. As I battled the 3ft snow to get closer to them, they erupted and flew off into the setting sun. As they flew, the small amounts of brush between the lens and them became blurred with the swing of the camera. Along their way, I captured this image:
Mr. Spalding taking a spin
I havent ever done a photo assignment so i thought heck i will give it a try. Picture was taken 3/25/08, Nikon D70, Tamron 75-300 4.5-5.6 lens, AV mode , F/6 ,1/250
This one might be a stretch for this contest but I assure you there was some "SPEED" behind what was going on here in getting this picture. My heart was RACING!
A few I shot the other day...
A few others I dug up from my photobucket from this past season.
Might as well throw one of mine in the bunch. These were both shot with just a basic kodak 4.0MP digicam. From one of my NY deer huntin trips.