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    EOS R EF400DO I 1.4xtc II f8 1/5300 ISO 1600

    These two young pelicans flew by as I was imaging Big red. As the water and sky were same early morning light blue I knew the EXP should be fine as I went for this grab shot. It was hard to keep these two in frame together but I am getting used to aiming ahead on flight to compensate for EVF lag in the R. Almost FF side to side as a small amount was taken from the left for composition.

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    Always nice to get more than one sharp in the frame..they needed to be closer together...
    Dan Kearl

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    Not crazy about this one.
    The birds are too far apart from one another and too far away from you for good details. The rear pelican is slightly OOF.
    This one is not for me!

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    Hi David, I have to agree with Gail on this one. Very difficult to have more than one bird in the frame that works well. Thank you for sharing.
    Joe Przybyla

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    The most important things have already been mentioned. I agree that the birds should be closer together and I would require a better wing position (especially on the left bird).

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