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Urban Thaler (urbiet… on January 18, 2008

I give myself again beaten. Incredibly beautiful and sharp images. With a lens for what you shot the photo?

Kimmo Lyytikäinen on January 18, 2008

Hello Urbietorbi. The sharpness of the picture is a difficult matter. The objectives are sharp or soft. Digi the picture is always soft, the handling of the picture with the programme hurries, to focus.

For example Jasc Paint Shop Pro/Adjust/sharpness/Unsharp Mask/and Radius 0,60 Strength 200-300 Clipping 2/ OK

I described the bird pictures, Canon as a rule EF 70-200mm f/4L on hole 8 with. Greetings Kimmo

Giuseppe Pappa on February 7, 2008

Hi kimmo I'm giuseppe from sicily... I saw your beautiful pictures of the birds,but you make birdwatching?How time did you spent to see those birds so close! Hi giuseppe...once more compliments for your pictures

Kimmo Lyytikäinen on February 8, 2008

Thanks for the comment and question Giuseppe. When taking photos of the birds of one’s home yard it is easy to get close by organising a feeding place and by hiding to take a photo. The hardest part is to get a sharp picture,. Sometimes the problem is how to get far enough to take a picture (photo) Greetings Kimmo

Giuseppe Pappa on February 9, 2008

Oh thanks Kimmo for the explanation... I have tried to also use me this technique putting a basin of water on a tree of my garden, I was positioned me in my balcony... if you want you can see the result in my gallery... hi giuseppe

Janina_Bieleńko on March 4, 2008

Oh, sweet , a lonely child . I give you the Golden Star and the Best Photo! Some seed I'll send by sea mail. Keep well :)

aminul hassan on December 21, 2009

wow

Gintarele on February 26, 2011

Super photo! Best Wishes! G.

Kristiane on June 5, 2011

oh, what a baby!

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