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    hmmm a world of difference there Richard I'm 6'1" and around 20 stone and heavily built

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctrollen View Post
    I have about 5% keeper-rate for BIF but the only blame is towards the person using the equipment!

    We all start around that percentage Chris, but generally, it gets better from there.

    I used to have many images of just birds tails and many more images of just skies.
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    What's really annoying is when the sharpest shot of the lot is missing a head
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    I have a separate folder for heads!
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    You should see my collection of clouds !!!!
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    Nice composition, the light catches the head and eye nicely

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