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Old 11th February 2015
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Re: Wildlife Photography (and all its difficulties…)

It does take practice, I get a few keepers with my E M10 and 40-150 f4-5.6 and 75-300 f4.8-6.7 II, but not a huge percentage! It took me several tries to get any keepers, and a lot of trial and error in setting up the camera for those.

Here's one from a Birds of Prey day I attended last year.

P6080163 by Geoff Dabbs, on Flickr

And another less successful and very heavily cropped shot.

1010715 by Geoff Dabbs, on Flickr
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