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B&W Humming Bird

B&W Humming Bird
Copyright ©2005, David Shayani
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I took this picture this morning, but I don't have all of the info on it, sorry about that. I don't like doing that. Anyways. It's pretty Noisy, I know. Happy Holidays.

Photographer: David Shayani
Folder: David's Photography
Uploaded: 22-Dec-2005 07:02 CET
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Camera: Olympus E300
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Lens: Zuiko 40-150mm F3.5-4.5
Focusing method: iESP P-AF
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Flash: internal
Image format: RAW
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Image resized to: 625x800

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David why did you not post this beautifull Humming bird in colour ? Like the shot though but this bird is so beautifull , it's a shame not seeing it in it's full glory....


Fonzy - at 21:20 CET on 22-Dec-2005 [Reply]


Hi David,

I was browsing the myoly site and your picture from the hummingbird showed up on the main page.
I remebered that I made a comment to that picture .
Curious I clicked on the little tumb.
Came to your picture and noticed you answered my comment , probably you did comment to my comment and not did reply the message. That should be the reason I never got that message you wrote.
Well anyway, I went to the link "treklens" and I see the hommingbird in Colour.
IMO the colour version is (but I like colour more than B&W) much better.....
Glad that I have seen it , better late than never , is a saying we have...;-)
Well after 3 months I hope to see some more "colour" birds from your camera....

best regards,


David Shayani wrote:
> I didn't really like the color's in the Original. If you want to see the Original, please
> visit my Treklens page at
> In my Opinion and my eye, I liked the B&W. I DO have some Color's though which I will be
> posting as soon as I can.

Fonzy - at 15:37 CEST on 30-Mar-2006 [Reply]