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Todd Secki Registered since 03rd Feb 2011Mon 14-Feb-11 03:21 AM
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"D7000-Red Tailed Hawk"


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I've been shooting the D7000 for three weeks now (learning as I go) and im loving it..Great Camera! No complaints.
Caught this Red Tailed (and a bunch more) this am. 1/1ooo - 4.6 - 640 - Overcast and dark surroundings(Woods)

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captainkev Registered since 24th Jan 2011Mon 14-Feb-11 03:33 AM
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Fantastic perspective Todd. Did you shoot it JPEG or Raw/Nef. If NEF I might bring up the blacks a bit more for definition, but either way, great picture. The eyes are the key, and you got all of them.

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PakWaan Registered since 31st Dec 2004Mon 14-Feb-11 03:39 AM
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Excellent shot, well done. They are gorgeous creatures.

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MEMcD Moderator In depth knowledge in various areas Nikonian since 24th Dec 2007Mon 14-Feb-11 05:07 AM
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Hi Todd,

Wonderful capture.
Thanks for sharing.
Good Luck and Enjoy your Nikons!

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Robman3 Registered since 12th Apr 2010Mon 14-Feb-11 06:49 AM
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Todd thanks,

Looks like my cat's face...these colors are what you saw, fine by me.

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Screeper Registered since 25th Sep 2010Mon 14-Feb-11 07:29 AM
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Really great shot Todd, well done.
I have been consistently failing with my BIF shots on my D7000/70-300mm but photos like this give me hope - great stuff.

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Marlin4E Registered since 14th Jan 2011Mon 14-Feb-11 12:23 PM
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Excellent BIF shot of a hawk. They are beautiful creatures.

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