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    Nice sequence, Bill. Not easy to do, at least for me. What was your exposure comp settings? As a general rule, I use -2/3 (or -3/4) based on the suggestion of a pro I took a field class from a few years ago.

    Terry

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry O View Post
    Nice sequence, Bill. Not easy to do, at least for me. What was your exposure comp settings? As a general rule, I use -2/3 (or -3/4) based on the suggestion of a pro I took a field class from a few years ago.

    Terry
    While I often shoot eagles using negative exposure compensation, I took Monday's photos "straight on" due to the overcast. For some reason the ones taken with the 7DII + 500L + 1.4x teleconverter came out a little overexposed, so I darkened them using the Windows photo processing program.
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    Bill Anderson; Edmonds (near Seattle), WA.

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    Thursday afternoon (1-11-18) my son and I noticed a lot of herons flying over the marina. I suspected one of the Pt. Edwards eagles had stirred them up. One of the eagles flew in from the Sound and past us as we were walking out to the fishing pier.

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    One perched on a mast while the other was on the family tree at the top of Pine. St.

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    Bill Anderson; Edmonds (near Seattle), WA.

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