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 Post subject: My first duck photo
PostPosted: Tue Aug 03, 2010 10:44 am 
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Greetings.

Here is my first - and for now only - duck photo. Though I would share it with you all.

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I like the composition, but it appears to be a bit out of focus.

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Thanks for the C&C, Citruspers.

I - obviously - agree it is out-of-focus. Strangely, I don't remember it was like that when I first saw it on my computer. Could it be possible the resizing from Photobucket did that? Need to check the original when I get back home.


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Just checked the original... it's out-of-focus.

Oh, well... Back to the local lake to get a few more :D


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But it IS your first.

Congratulations :lol:

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Welcome to the world of critters that rarely ever stay still :wink:

Lookin fwd to more duckshots from you.
It's challenging and alot of fun....frustratingly fun sometimes :wink:

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