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swampfox

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awesome pics.good scan job. do you have a uv filter with yellow tint to it on your cam?
 

max

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Wow those are incredible Pictures!!!!The background,clarity,focus and set-up are very professional?
What set-up... camera,filters ,timer,PIR and enclosure are you using?
Really great shots!!!
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gtk

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Great Pics... Details on camera, scanner editing software...
 

MBullism

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Great shots!  They definately have a certain something I can't put my finger on... Are they early morning/late afternoon do we know?  (A little "golden hour" lighting?)

thanks again

M
 

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Great pics!  Look to be a few tall, straight trees in the area too....
 

coyotebandit

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Incredible pics, nice clarity and background. Looks like artwork! I love seeing good daytime pics.
 

JoelM

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Here is my setup. I have a canon Owl date pf camera, with a MS20 PIR running on a 12vdc rechargeable battery all  enclosed in a RS Hobby box. No UV filters just a basic setup. I scanned them on a canon 660 with canon scanner software. Nothing special about any of it. It is just that GOLDEN hour of the day. I think they are morning shots???

Thanks to all of you for the help and the comments : )
 


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