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Are these bright spots really part of the image??[forum message]
MASTER YOUR LENSES >> Nikkor Autofocus Lenses >> Are these bright spots really part of the image??
Topic replies: 43, views: 526, archived
Posted by orca on 10-Dec-2017
Hi; I just got my D500. Very excited and love the fast auto focus and feel of the camera. I am now once again as keen as when I got my D300 :) However, Yesterday I went on my first outing and have noted some strange birgh ...
Help me decide[forum message]
POST YOUR PICTURES >> Post for Critique >> Help me decide
Topic replies: 33, views: 252, archived
Posted by jimray on 11-Dec-2017
Which version of this image is the stronger one? Is it better with or without the vignette? It's five images stacked and processed in LR and PSCC. The one with the vignette was brightened before adding the vignette. I wil ...
Necking[forum message]
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife >> Necking
Topic replies: 28, views: 199, archived
Posted by AartPapaya on 10-Dec-2017
Graceful, almost like a ballet. This, however, is a serious battle between two adult Giraffe bulls. The first time I saw it the two animals in the bush, in the clear spot one can even look at the footwork. There was no clear ...
50 Shades of Grey.[forum message]
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife >> 50 Shades of Grey.
Topic replies: 28, views: 218, archived
Posted by Scotty45 on 11-Dec-2017
Well, maybe not that many :-). I took the D500 + the Tamron 150-600mm for a drive down to the local lake this morning. The sky was grey, the water was grey. Even this White-Faced Heron was mostly grey. Still, after cranking ...
Kookaburra[forum message]
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife >> Kookaburra
Topic replies: 24, views: 132, archived
Posted by BlueHealer on 11-Dec-2017
This was a quick hand held shot of a Kookaburra (and a pretty rough looking kookaburra at that!) that had just finished his or her 'laughing'. I had time to put my coffee down and grab my camera and open the door before he or ...
The stripes again![forum message]
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife >> The stripes again!
Topic replies: 24, views: 139, archived
Posted by radkrishr on 15-Dec-2017
Looks like my cat luck continues... sighted this beautiful sub-adult female day before yesterday @ Kabini, Western Ghat Range, India. D500, 300mm f2.8 + 1.4TC ISO 1000, f4, 1/1000sec https://www.nikonians.org/forums/u ...
Breakfast[forum message]
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife >> Breakfast
Topic replies: 23, views: 138, archived
Posted by Piet_Venter on 14-Dec-2017
Black-headed Heron with catch Addo Elephant National Park, Eastern Cape, South Africa https://www.nikonians.org/forums/user_files/371323.jpg ...
An emotional climax[forum message]
POST YOUR PICTURES >> Family & Pets >> An emotional climax
Topic replies: 22, views: 124, archived
Posted by jrp on 16-Dec-2017
Today, my eldest granddaughter received her college degree in International Relations with a major in International Marketing and Honorific Mention. A lot of dedicated work and her strong will made her triumph at the top of ...
In a hurry[forum message]
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife >> In a hurry
Topic replies: 22, views: 149, archived
Posted by Ineluki on 12-Dec-2017
Egbert www.allmondo.com https://images.nikonians.org/galleries/showgallery.php/ppuser/401509/cat/500/ https://www.nikonians.org/forums/user_files/371221.jpg ...
Rhino calf[forum message]
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife >> Rhino calf
Topic replies: 22, views: 116, archived
Posted by AartPapaya on 12-Dec-2017
One does not associate a rhino with intelligence, inquisitiveness, and humour. A rhino calf is all this and I think it will be an adorable pet. The rhino mother, on the other hand, must have hair on her horn. Friends of mine ...
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