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  kiks 2008-11-20 8:42

Hello Telma, nice story i can imagine that it was not easy to push the button at the right moment but you did it and that's great. It is a pitty that the exposure and speed are not perfect creating a bit of overexposure and blur. But it is question of keep on trying and try to shot animalphoto's with a higer shutter speed to get more sharpness.
Keep on posting.
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KIKs

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Old 11-20-2008, 04:53 PM
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Thanks Kiks for the comment. Yes, the picture came out a little blur and overexposure. I'll keep in mind your advice next time I take pictures of animals, thanks!
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