|Bull Moose, Cow and Calf[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife >> Bull Moose, Cow and Calf
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Posted by meadowlark2 on 25-Jul-2016
No animals or humans were in danger - suitable distances regarded and safe viewpoints used - Long lenses and cropping came in useful. I am just including this information for viewers who get a little edgy. Animals were all re ...
|Monument Valley Nightscapes[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Landscape >> Monument Valley Nightscapes
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Posted by russg on 22-Jul-2016
Nikon 24-120 f4 VR @ 48mm
Nikon 35mm f1.4
|Nikon AF-S 80-400mm VRII long focus problem.[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR LENSES >> Nikkor Autofocus Lenses >> Nikon AF-S 80-400mm VRII long focus problem.
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Posted by richardd300 on 21-Jul-2016
To add to my woes after loosing my D500 to Nikon for repair, I have a focus issue with my 80-400mm AF-S lens whilst using it on my D800E. I have back checked my D500 images and they too at 400mm appear soft at best, out of fo ...
|Red Mill in the "golden hour"[forum message]|
POST YOUR PICTURES >> A Picture I Took >> Red Mill in the "golden hour"
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Posted by dthatton on 24-Jul-2016
Sorry for the cliche - this has become an icon over the years for many photographers. The light was so good this morning that I couldn't pass it up.
Both shot with Nikon D810, Nikkor 18-35 3.5, ISO 100, F14, B+W 10-stop ND ...
|Lioness portrait[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife >> Lioness portrait
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Posted by Rassie on 23-Jul-2016
Here's another of Mrs Rassie's pictures that she shot in Thornybush Game Reserve. She decided to zoom in close for a portrait shot.
D3300 with Nikkor 18.0-200.0 mm f/3.5-5.6
1/80 sec; f/6.3; ISO 400
|Red-shoulder Hawk - Final Take-off Set (8 pics)[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife >> Red-shoulder Hawk - Final Take-off Set (8 pics)
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Posted by Rickman on 19-Jul-2016
This set was from the ground and in good lighting. Thanks for putting up with the large amount of pics but today in about 20 minutes was better than the total of all hawk shots I've ever gotten. D500, Tammy 150-600 @ 600mm, ...
|A Few Birds[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife >> A Few Birds
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Posted by rb4good on 20-Jul-2016
Found this Red-shouldered Hawk while out looking for landscape opportunities. This southern Florida version is quite different from the darker eastern variety that I normally encounter.
|Ladybug & Too Much Pollen[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Micro, Macro & Close-up >> Ladybug & Too Much Pollen
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Posted by sevendayimages on 23-Jul-2016
Went out a moment today before editing some of those water drop pictures I made the other day, but it was too windy really to get any good macro shots...until I spied this little fellow inside an orange margarita flower, tryi ...
|A Wide Angle Dilemma[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR LENSES >> Nikkor Autofocus Lenses >> A Wide Angle Dilemma
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Posted by Everlasting Nature on 20-Jul-2016
Recently my trustworthy 18-55mm kit lens got demolished by the sand on the beach, rather than replace it, I'm considering upgrading to a nicer wide angle and can't decide what lens I want. The options that I see are: AF-S NI ...
|Corpse Flower - Chico, California (7/10/2016)[forum message]|
POST YOUR PICTURES >> A Picture I Took >> Corpse Flower - Chico, California (7/10/2016)
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Posted by Bob32 on 19-Jul-2016
Amorphophallus Titanium is the scientific name for this rare plant, native to Sumatra, which was on display at the campus greenhouse at Chico State. It’s been part of the Chico State collection for 23 years and first bloomed ...