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Discussion in 'Wildlife Artwork and Crafts' started by EA, Oct 18, 2016.
You did well. I hope she enjoys it. Post some pics.
SB, The camera has turned out much like I figured. She had to have it...Now it sits.
Somebody needs to use it, so I took it with me hunting Saturday. I always seem to see something cool, and find myself thinking "boy I wish I had a camera".
Well, Nothing has changed. Even toting a camera, I was too slow on the draw. I saw a real nice black squirrel and some turkeys and couldn't get a picture before they busted me and ran off. :
I outfoxed them tho and decided to utilize my trusty Chevy Mobile Wildlife Blind. I was able to drive right up on these ringneck. It was a rainy day and I saw more ringneck in an hour than I've seen in yrs.
They were all out on the dirt roads scavenging. I need to pick up some zoom lenses. Most deer I saw were just too far away to get a nice picture.
Lots to learn.
Glad to hear you are getting to use the camera. Make sure and play with adjustments in your photos on the computer to tweak/enhance the images.
Sad story. I went out a couple days ago to scout some possible deer hunting locations. I brought my camera and a coyote rifle. I walked a couple shelter belts with the camera in hand, and took many photos of grouse, partridge, redpoles, jackrabbits, and even a young coyote I walked in on. Later, I had a herd of around 100 pronghorn heading towards me, and got some great shots with excellent light. I stopped one last time near a drainage to see if I could call up a coyote. I decided to check through my pictures, and the image on the screen said "NO CARD IN CAMERA". What a total idiot!!! Not one photo. It sucks to get old and stupid.