|Get close and fill the frame with the osprey they always say[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife >> Get close and fill the frame with the osprey they always say
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Posted by the diewrecktor on 20-Sep-2016
Well I got close and filled the frame with my subject (well I could claim that the mullet was the subject) :-). Unfortunately I didn't reorient the camera vertically - not that I had time. I barely pulled this one off. So, ...
|Falcons at Hawk Watch[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife >> Falcons at Hawk Watch
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Posted by bhiggins on 24-Sep-2016
I have been pretty busy this last week helping out do Hawk Watch counts on the State Line Lookout here in New Jersey. The watch is on a massive cliff face called the Palisades where the shear vertical face in 500 ft high and ...
|Agile Wallaby[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife >> Agile Wallaby
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Posted by glxman on 21-Sep-2016
Far North Queensland on the Cassowary coast North of Innisfail,
Found these little guys on the edge of the rain forrest near a small village
D4s Tammy HH
The Boss! ISO 2500 300mm
|My First Outings With the Nikon 200mm micro[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Micro, Macro & Close-up >> My First Outings With the Nikon 200mm micro
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Posted by birdied on 24-Sep-2016
Fell in love with this lens after renting it. Trying to learn the nuances of the new to me used one .
Most of the macro /closeup shots I take are handheld. I have never been able to chase bugs with a tripod or monopod, ...
|The Hummer and the Katydid[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife >> The Hummer and the Katydid
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Posted by dgknodle on 20-Sep-2016
All of the adult Ruby-throated Hummingbirds have headed south by now and we only have the juveniles still with us. This young male obviously had never seen a Katydid before and was really checking it out.
D500; 200-500mm ...
|Majestic Bull Elk in Yellowstone National Park[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife >> Majestic Bull Elk in Yellowstone National Park
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Posted by jdroach on 22-Sep-2016
During current trip I captured with one with a Nikon D800, 50-500mm at 240mm, ISO 800, 1/1000s, f/6, Lightroom. https://www.nikonians.org/forums/user_files/341944.jpg ...
|D800 and D810[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR NIKON CAMERA >> Nikon D810/D800 series >> D800 and D810
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Posted by Wildphotographer on 23-Sep-2016
As I understand it, the D810 lacks the low pass filter most DSLRs have. As a veteran of three tube video cameras which produced SERIOUS moiré pattern difficulties, the thought of this occurring in a still camera is troubling. ...
|LR 6 upgrade...now can't import saved previous images.[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR TOOLS >> Post-Processing & Workflow >> LR 6 upgrade...now can't import saved previous images.
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Posted by NRVVA on 24-Sep-2016
I upgraded to the stand-alone version of LR6 after uninstalling LR4 from my newly re-established computer; it was wiped clean and everything reinstalled after a virus affliction. I have all of my previous images and catalogs ...
|Changes to our systems - fyi[forum message]|
GENERAL >> About Nikonians >> Changes to our systems - fyi
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Posted by bgs on 22-Sep-2016
Starting yesterday, most areas of Nikonians are now delivered through a so called "Content Delivery Network" (basically a server close to you will try to cache as much content as possible). This should speed up page loading f ...
|Tv,s On The Beach+++Photo Added[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife >> Tv,s On The Beach+++Photo Added
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Posted by Kipmm on 20-Sep-2016
Caught this TV as it just launched from a feed on the Beach.
Yes this vulture does have two wings,,,amazingly its totally hidden.
D500 AF S 300mm F/2.8 +TC14Eii @ F8 1/2000sec ISO900 HH https://www.nikonians.org ...