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Oct 23, 2003 10:21 |  #16

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Beautiful shot, CDS. I just have to get me one of those 10D's or the 300D. I never shoot in the Raw. I keep my Clothes on.D:D:D:D:D:D:D
Rocky
PS: What did you pay for the Sigma 500 Lens.

Thanks Rocky :)

The Sigma 500mm f/4.5 goes for $3,400.00 new at B&H

I was able to get a used one for (god I hate to admit I spent so much on an "accessory" :( ) for $2,000.00 used at KEH.

Still,. I don't mind the $1,400.00 savings.

And I tell you now that I have used a lens of this "calibre" , I would spend full price if needed!


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Oct 23, 2003 10:25 |  #17

CyberDyneSystems wrote:
rockyc2 wrote:
Beautiful shot, CDS. I just have to get me one of those 10D's or the 300D. I never shoot in the Raw. I keep my Clothes on.D:D:D:D:D:D:D
Rocky
PS: What did you pay for the Sigma 500 Lens.

Thanks Rocky :)

The Sigma 500mm f/4.5 goes for $3,400.00 new at B&H

I was able to get a used one for (god I hate to admit I spent so much on an "accessory" :( ) for $2,000.00 used at KEH.

Still,. I don't mind the $1,400.00 savings.

And I tell you now that I have used a lens of this "calibre" , I would spend full price if needed!

OOPS! I'll stick to the bottom of a Beer Bottle. Haha! Cheeper!!


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Oct 23, 2003 11:04 |  #18

they are absolutely wonderful shots cyber,
you must be thrilled with them .

were you hiding somewhere in there for that fellow not to have detected you ?
wearing a halloween outfit that looks like a heron ???

great information re going raw or jpegged on the post too.
:)

am serious .

wondering where your 'humour' installation thing has gone?
hope I did not do anything to cause that to disappear ):

I thought it was installing itself on my computer when I saw it at first and went to try and delete it.... fast :D
:eyes


:D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D


beautiful pictures

marie


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Oct 23, 2003 11:26 |  #19

Thank you Marie :)
It turns out I am pretty good at stalking wild animals! (who knew) Just be glad I am a photographer and not a hunter :D (or a psychopath :D )

marie wrote:
wondering where your 'humour' installation thing has gone?
hope I did not do anything to cause that to disappear ):

I thought it was installing itself on my computer when I saw it at first and went to try and delete it.... fast :D
:eyes


:D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D


This?

IMAGE NOT FOUND
IMAGE IS A REDIRECT OR MISSING!
HTTP response: 404 | MIME changed to 'text/html' | Byte size: ZERO


I just use that for emergencies! :D

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Oct 23, 2003 11:33 |  #20

" Just be glad I am a photographer and not a hunter (or a psychopath ) "
csd

and heres me thinking all along that you were all of those..........and more :D :D

nice to see that 'thing' again

heres the installation results coming in >

ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
ha ha ha ha ha

oooch...............
(someone just hit me )


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Oct 23, 2003 17:48 |  #21

Nice man. That second one is gold. You're getting better all the time. Kudos brother.


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Oct 24, 2003 07:03 |  #22

Thanks Laz! :)


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Nov 24, 2003 20:10 |  #23

FYI added this,.

IMG NOTICE: [NOT AN IMAGE URL, NOT RENDERED INLINE]
http://images.fotopic.​net …;noresize=1&​;nostamp=1

a 100% crop of another of the Salt Marsh images,. this isn't from one of the above,. but in fact I reproocessed the 4th image above today. I did this one using Capture One for the first time.

It is going to take a while to get used to,. but i can see the potential of C1 immediately.

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Nov 25, 2003 01:52 |  #24

Great shots of the grey heron. The sunlight really give it a different effect.

Over here they are very shy and fly away whenever I try to get near!

I think yours was trying to cough out something...




  
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Nov 28, 2003 23:55 |  #25

He made a jab at what he thought was food,. and either it wasn't ,. or he missed,.

..anyway his long beak sank full into the soft marsh soil,. and he came back with a beak full of dirt! If there was a frog in there too,. we'll never know!


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Dec 01, 2003 10:25 |  #26

Wow CDS, this is a wonderful series... nice colors too, taken at sunset??


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Dec 04, 2003 00:27 |  #27

Yes,. it was about 35 minutes before we lost the Sun...

...it used to take a lot longer for the sun to go down,.. these days when it starts to approach the horizon it literllay plummets!!!

I am really missing my birds.. they have all flown south :(


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Dec 04, 2003 00:53 |  #28

Very nice photos CDS. I missed the original post so I am glad it got bumped up to the top again. That sigma lens of yours sure is sharp.

Where do you live? I was picturing these salt marshes in Florida, but I am not sure. If you live on the East Coast anywhere between Charleston, SC and Bangor Maine, maybe I can get an aerial photo of your salt marsh and post it for you. It will give me a little project to think about.


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Dec 04, 2003 01:35 |  #29

these are very good! I prefer the second and third ones.

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