Nice shots! How about some toads too?
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Great shots. I use the same camera + lens combo and love it too. Looks really quite sharp in the first photo, given that you shot wide open at full zoom. I typically do the same (1/200s @ 200mm i.e. keep the shutter at the reciprocal of the focal length), but I gotta ask did you shoot handheld or using a tripod? My guess is the latter.Thanks. Both photos were shot handheld a few minutes apart. I don't have the steadiest hands at times, so the IS must be pretty effective.
So what's wrong with the composition, apart from it being obviously not straight? (I spotted that one....).Hi Brian, yeah I think you're probably right. I just wish I could have gotten the shot without the siding as the background. But what I did get is way better than nothing. Thanks for your comments
And the bird could be brightened up a little maybe.
After all its not that you were a professional laying waiting for the shot. I'd like to hear what could be done
better here, in these circumstances.