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  1. Billy

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    I had a play with my macro lens today, I went to Lancaster butterfly house which again is a first so all in all a double first and for my first attempt I'm pretty pleased,

    Let me know what you think. (Sorry I don't know the names of the butterflies)

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    6. Finch.
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  2. benny the jet

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    Lovely. The zebra finch is beautiful
     
  3. milster

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    Cracking for a first go......That must have been a pretty small bird ;)

    Do you mind me asking what lens and lighting you used?

    Cheers.
     
  4. Billy

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    Thanks for my first ID. I knew it was a finch but that was it.
     
  5. Billy

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    Thanks,

    Was using a Nikon D7000, Nikon 105mm macro lens and an SB-900.
     
  6. ggwildlife

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    beautiful and so good to see them in such detail with no ripped wings especially with macro :)
     
  7. Suvvey

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    Good job. Number 2 is my favourite :)
     
  8. Billy

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    Thanks
     
  9. mrtoad

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    they are all fine...the finch is a bit of a zonk to the eyes after the close ups on the butterflies
    a good set
     
  10. JohnN

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    A great start - no three for me, I think two is a strong one two, had that have had the same angle as three it would have been my pick.
     
  11. J H Foto

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    For a first try excellent...........:)
     
  12. JakeT1992

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    The second is a Malachite Butterfly
    The third and fifth are both Zebra Butterflies
    The fourth is a Monarch Butterfly

    I feel like a geek, but I only know as I did some research after visiting a butterfly zoo myself :LOL:

    Great captures, with 2 & 3 being my favs!
     
  13. mattd85

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    Great 1st attempt, :)
     
  14. Billy

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    Thanks for the comments and thanks Jake for the names.
     
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    Number 2 for me very sharp
     

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