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    Still a neat shot though John!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Jane View Post
    Still a neat shot though John!
    My heron whisperer mode....that was goofy but fun.

    Sometimes after an hour the heron allows me to move around and does not just fly straight up over the falls & outta there.

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    I've got some pictures of a heron I took on a trip to Canada a few summers back, he was lounging about just off shore of the lake we were at, but I wasn't able to get as close as it appears you did. They really are gorgeous animals.

    Still, I'll look for the pictures and, if I can find them, post them here.
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    This was a TFP shoot. TFP is where you shoot for free for "exposure". Exposure has a very bad name in the photography world but I'm a huge believer in it. It's just another name, after all, for free advertising. That said I don't usually shoot TFP anymore as I don't really want advertising. In this case though it was a latex shoot and my film, which is very much on the horizon, will need latex. Trade for trade is more interesting. So I did the shoot. Spent a couple hours shooting all the models individually. I started packing down when I was asked "oh can you just take some shots of us together". Sure I said and switched my camera to auto and started snapping away thinking these were for their instas. After getting some strange looks I twigged that these were supposed to be professional. But all my lights were packed away and no way was I recontructing all the modifers I use. i was knackered. So I pulled one single strobe from it's bag, aimed it at the models as a bare uncovered light and bang! Was stunned to get home later and find it worked. Why do I spend so much on lighting gear again?

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    River Otter & Water Vole crashed my Where's the Heron party this weekend...
    ended badly for the vole
    ( which I thought was a giant rat until I got home & googled the bugg'r ).

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    Here's the heron picture I meant to post the other day and forgot about!

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    Here's the heron picture I meant to post the other day and forgot about!

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    I was watching football last weekend and Faith was lying on the couch next to my chair I happened to look over, and she was staring at me like that. Took the shot with my phone and it is one of the best of the 100's I've taken of her.
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    That cat is adorable.
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    That cat is adorable.
    Thank you. She is well aware of it too.
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