I finally got a digital camera

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Finally, after the long search and debating I found a camera in my price range that was worth the price. I chose for my first digital camera, an Olympus Evolt E-500. So, the wife and I packed up the kiddies and went to Woodward Park and Bird Preserve in Fresno, Ca. Figured I would take some shots of the kids feeding the ducks and running from the geese. I was wrong...It was the geese who had to do the running. Anyway, I have to omit the photos of the kids, sorry, the wife and I aren't too keen on having our kids displayed on the net, you understand. However, some of the birds were quite cooperative, as long as we had the"bread". :)

Blackneck Goose
Goose
Goose Close-Up
Seagull
Tulip
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the copyright spoils the entire image lol.

a small piece of text on the bottom would have done
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Yeah, maybe so, but protecting my work comes first. Surely, an artist such as yourself can see past the copyright.:)
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Great photos OriginNO_II, i really like the shot of the Seagull and Close up shot of the Goose. How could you get a shot like that close up? quite interested on how you did that with out freaking the bird out in some way.

The "Tulip" plant isnt really a Tulip is it? Looks more like a Daffodil.
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Lol, thank you, SB. You're absolutly right. Daffodil. As you can see I didn't do too well in biology. The birds in the park I guess have grown use to people. As long as you have food or they think you have food they'll come right up to you. They won't let you touch, but they'll hang around.
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OriginNO_II wrote:
Yeah, maybe so, but protecting my work comes first. Surely, an artist such as yourself can see past the copyright.:)


understandable, but something smaller would have done. the images are great, and nice camera.
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Thank you.
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I love the second one! To bad the other foot isnt down. kinda looks wierd :D
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Very, very nice stuff! :iconthumbright:

Exposure, focus, composition all very well done.

I'd agree that the copyright is a bit much. Have you tried backing the opacity down a bit?

Also, congrats on the new camera.

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