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    I bought myself a gift and moved up from the point and shoot, it was delivered on Friday, I was able to get out with for a few shots on New Year's Eve morning;but I have been laid up with the Flu since then. Finally on the mend and thought I would post some of the photos.

    An American Tree Sparrow in my yard








    A Squirrel at my parent's place








    I would appreciate any criticism that may make a better photographer going forward. Other than the branch in the way, I can see that easily myself.

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    great shots doug.
    hopefully your hunting season was good. Happy new years!
    My name is BOWJ..... and I am a waterfowl addict!

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    Squirrel looks cute
    "Everything is easy when you know how"
    "Meat is not grown in stores"

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    What do you have for camera and lens?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodbender View Post
    What do you have for camera and lens?
    Picked up a Canon Rebel T6i package, rather that typing or cutting and pasting here it is https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product...11580030.aspx?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug View Post
    Picked up a Canon Rebel T6i package, rather that typing or cutting and pasting here it is https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product...11580030.aspx?
    Best advice I was given was get the book Under standing exposure Bryan Peterson go through his vid's too

    there used to be 3 pro wildlife Photog's on here I learned alot from them but you need to figure alot out on your own no situation is the same

    OOPS should have asked first what your photography is aimed at??
    Last edited by Rodbender; January 4th, 2018 at 03:19 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodbender View Post
    Best advice I was given was get the book Under standing exposure Bryan Peterson go through his vid's too

    there used to be 3 pro wildlife Photog's on here I learned alot from them but you need to figure alot out on your own no situation is the same

    OOPS should have asked first what your photography is aimed at??
    Thanks for the info on Bryan Peterson, I will follow-up. A buddy whom I still run into around town is a photographer by trade, he runs a 'school' a few times a year, I plan to join his next round of classes.

    As far as what I am aiming at, I have no set target, I expect to be opportunistic. Everything from landscape, to wildlife and birds. I see beauty in many things and view the camera as a means to share what I see.

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    Welcome to the addiction

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