24 thoughts on “Pelican’s Flight”

      1. You can use that practical sport modus on your camera, that way you can catch them in flight, at least sometimes. πŸ˜€ Or increase shutter speed.

      2. Although a close friend told me yesterday that she thought the blurring of the pelican was what turned the photo into an art piece. Her opinion was that if the pelican had been in focus the photo would have been good rather than remarkable. She used to be a photographer so I listened. That made me look at the photo in a while new way. πŸ˜„

      3. Oh yes! I’m all for having prints done! Let me know how it turns out and if you like it! πŸ˜„ Just had a conversation with someone who knows a bit about this stuff and he said that the bigger you want the pic to be the LESS dots per inch (dip) you have to use – which is exactly the opposite of what I was thinking! πŸ˜‚

      4. I just checked the setting on the photo – I was not on sport mode! I thought I had taken this photo with my old Nikon. I hadn’t. I took it with my new OM-D camera, and on the new camera, I haven’t found the sport mode yet. πŸ˜‚

      5. I’m taking a 4 hour Olympus class at our local photography store on the 25th. It’s taught by an Olympus rep so after 4 hours I should know where it is. πŸ˜‚

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