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| p.1 #3 · Perfect Reflection -- Kildeer at SJWS's Pond A (1 pic) |
Very impressive Steve. Nice balance of elements. I liked the plant in the BG although you could trim a little from right side of the frame.
Related question: How do you like the BushHawk for shooting birds?
Thanks for the critique about the framing, Vishnu. I'll experiment with a right-side trim. As for liking the BushHawk, the simple answer is -- it's perfect for me. Now that I have the 500 f4 it never leaves the BushHawk, and while walking sling the rig around my neck to hold it upside-down under my right arm, usually holding on to the hand grip. I prefer portability rather than using a tripod as I tend to ramble about the entire day. The only continuing problem I've had is with the BushHawk shutter release cord, which when working properly allows you to use the shutter trigger button next to the hand grip so you can hold the unit tightly and fire away at the birds; especially useful when in-flight. I've gone through about 3 cords and none of them have worked consistently. But other people's luck may vary.