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Quiet waters[forum message]
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife (Public) >> Quiet waters
Topic replies: 32, views: 160, archived
Posted by AartPapaya on 24-Nov-2015
During a drought one can park yourself there and observe most of the big game. It may look peaceful but there will always be guarding and prying eyes. D810 ISO-2000 f/6.3 600(150-600Sigma) http://www.nikonians.org/dcfp/u ...
Allez hopp![forum message]
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife (Public) >> Allez hopp!
Topic replies: 32, views: 194, archived
Posted by Ineluki on 23-Nov-2015
Egbert www.allmondo.com http://images.nikonians.org/galleries/showgallery.php/ppuser/401509/cat/500/ http://www.nikonians.org/dcfp/user_files/318163.jpg ...
Eagle Miscalculation[forum message]
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife (Public) >> Eagle Miscalculation
Topic replies: 24, views: 226, archived
Posted by stillbill11 on 20-Nov-2015
Even sharp-eyed eagles miss the mark now and then. D810, Nikon 500mm f/4 + TC14, 1/1600, f/5.6, ISO 320, 360, 320. http://www.nikonians.org/dcfp/user_files/318009.jpg http://www.nikonians.org/dcfp/user_files/3180 ...
Another Aussie Macropod.[forum message]
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife (Public) >> Another Aussie Macropod.
Topic replies: 22, views: 187, archived
Posted by Scotty45 on 19-Nov-2015
I'd just left my camp on a photo shoot when I spotted this little female Bennett's Wallaby feeding amongst the Bracken Fern. She even posed for me. How could you NOT fall in love with a face like that? :-). D7200 + Tamro ...
Focal point disaster!![forum message]
MASTER YOUR NIKON CAMERA >> Nikon D810/D800 series >> Focal point disaster!!
Topic replies: 21, views: 363, archived
Posted by pianoman107 on 23-Nov-2015
Using my D810 set at manual F4, 1/80 and Iso 400 with a SB900 flash set at TTL at my granddaughters 21st birthday party I managed to REALLY mess up a great proportion of the 97 shots I took. Somehow or another I had it set at ...
Something different for me[forum message]
POST YOUR PICTURES >> A Picture I Took >> Something different for me
Topic replies: 20, views: 181, archived
Posted by bhiggins on 21-Nov-2015
Rained most of yesterday and last night so I went out to shoot today the water was up in the river and running right along but smooth. Got a few Canada Goose Shots and some Black Ducks. As I was walking away for the river edg ...
Towpath between Lambertville & Bulls Island [forum message]
POST YOUR PICTURES >> A Picture I Took >> Towpath between Lambertville & Bulls Island
Topic replies: 20, views: 131, archived
Posted by Cavy2 on 23-Nov-2015
My usual 15 mile bike loop. Beautiful any time of year, in any weather. Took this one week before peak color. Fortunate to live in this beautiful area! D700, Nikon 24-70 F/2.8 F/11, 1/125, HH Nik Color Efex Pro ht ...
Towhee,Finch,Thrush,RWB,Starling and Oyster Catcher[forum message]
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife (Public) >> Towhee,Finch,Thrush,RWB,Starling and Oyster Catcher
Topic replies: 20, views: 174, archived
Posted by Kipmm on 20-Nov-2015
The weather has been poor lots of rain and high winds... Not really much happening captured some of the regulars over the last weeks . I guess we take them for granted whilst looking for the not so common birds ....at leas ...
WOW I saw a Leopard[forum message]
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife (Public) >> WOW I saw a Leopard
Topic replies: 19, views: 182, archived
Posted by AartPapaya on 22-Nov-2015
I am always impressed by people who are able to spot a leopard in a tree. After been shown the leopard it took me a few minutes to spot it. There is just no way I would have seen it on my own. The low light in the tree d ...
Cutting the hood off the 10.5 fisheye - My experience[forum message]
MASTER YOUR LENSES >> Nikkor Autofocus Lenses >> Cutting the hood off the 10.5 fisheye - My experience
Topic replies: 18, views: 352, archived
Posted by Ferguson on 19-Nov-2015
So... I shoot this periodically, and now have FX. I usually use a full frame on the D800, which gives a bit more room around the edges than DX size image for cropping. It's very sharp, and LR takes care of the CA. Very hap ...
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