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Sep 29, 2016 15:04 as a reply to  @ post 18143461 |  #1276

Not a Kite Clipper, it is an Australian Hobby (Falcon)


I prefer to be in the bush with the animals than a crowded city.
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Sep 29, 2016 20:25 |  #1277

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Beautiful raptor Clipper!

I'm still shooting the ubiquitous Cardinals-

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Nice detail and colors....wish we had cardinals here...


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Sep 29, 2016 20:30 as a reply to  @ clipper_from_oz's post |  #1278

I will ship you a whole crate of cardinals, if you send us some of those brilliant blue Fairy Wrens ! :-)


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Sep 29, 2016 20:30 |  #1279

clipper_from_oz wrote in post #18144079 (external link)
Nice detail and colors....wish we had cardinals here...

You guys have more pretty birds than we do!


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Sep 29, 2016 20:47 |  #1280

Went to a horse event/comp couple of weeks ago with a mate of mine whos a sports photographer and grabbed a few shots of the various comps they had going on the day. As it was wet and muddy on the day I tried to capture the feel of the wet/mud with a bit of tone mapping PP using Aurora HDR app. IMO the the high detail of the 5DSr sensor is perfect for tone mapping as it comes out looking sharper than it actually is and without the need for any extra sharpening being applied by PP tools. Not everyones cup of tea ( tone mapping ) however thought I woudl post incase anyone is interested in using Aurora in conjunction with a 5dsr raw. BTW Ive tried it on birds and it looks terrible however on the right subject it can look ok


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Sep 29, 2016 21:11 |  #1281

Scrumhalf wrote in post #18144081 (external link)
You guys have more pretty birds than we do!

well I will argue with you on that one LOL.....

What about your colorful cardinals, your different types of woodpeckers, the iconic American Bald eagle , and not forgetting those stunning Pink spoonbills you have in Florida region! .........And....What I would give for a shot of one of your big old Grizzly bear or even better your Brown bears that hunt the salmon whilst swimming upstream in Alaska !.... And what makes it worse is for years and years in 90's and early 2000's I travelled regularly to States for work and back then I was that focused on work I never took a decent camera with me !....How I regret that!......And dont get me started on your iconic parks like Yellowstone , Yosemite , Arches, Mojave etc etc what I would give to have them closeby .....Infact Yosemite and Arches/ Mojave are on my bucket list for next year as I can only shoot so many shots of ULURU :) Infact its a shot of Uluru I did with a 6x17 panorama film camera a couple of years ago( https://flic.kr/p/gnpT​Ai (external link) ) thats got me fired up to infact take the camera with with me when I visit as Ive see images taken in Mojave in the late afternoon and the colors are incredible. Our sunsets are good but nothing like yours :)


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Sep 29, 2016 21:34 |  #1282

Well, I want to visit Uluru and Kakadu and the Great Barrier Reef, and dive in Ningaloo Reef. Let's just say we both live in beautiful countries with more stuff to see than anyone can in a lifetime!


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Sep 29, 2016 23:20 |  #1283

clipper_from_oz wrote in post #18144092 (external link)
Went to a horse event/comp couple of weeks ago with a mate of mine whos a sports photographer and grabbed a few shots of the various comps they had going on the day. As it was wet and muddy on the day I tried to capture the feel of the wet/mud with a bit of tone mapping PP using Aurora HDR app.


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Both great shots - great timing on the jumps having all four in the air.

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Sep 29, 2016 23:45 |  #1284

Scrumhalf wrote in post #18144139 (external link)
Well, I want to visit Uluru and Kakadu and the Great Barrier Reef, and dive in Ningaloo Reef. Let's just say we both live in beautiful countries with more stuff to see than anyone can in a lifetime!

Youve obviously been reading up on Oz if you know about Ningaloo Reef as not many people even in Australia know about it ...... Of all of Australia its one of the few places I havnt been to although I have passed it on my way from Broome to Perth but ran out of time to visit it. Apparently the underwater sea life of the reef there is as good if not better than the Great Barrier reef...and thats saying a lot given the Barrier Reefs reputation.


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Sep 29, 2016 23:49 |  #1285

rawshorty wrote in post #18143853 (external link)
Not a Kite Clipper, it is an Australian Hobby (Falcon)

Thanks Shorty...Im terrible with birds names. Not the first time youve had to pick me up on it either LOL


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Sep 29, 2016 23:51 |  #1286

clipper_from_oz wrote in post #18144230 (external link)
Youve obviously been reading up on Oz if you know about Ningaloo Reef as not many people even in Australia know about it ...... Of all of Australia its one of the few places I havnt been to although I have passed it on my way from Broome to Perth but ran out of time to visit it. Apparently the underwater sea life of the reef there is as good if not better than the Great Barrier reef...and thats saying a lot given the Barrier Reefs reputation.

I saw it in National Geographic magazine several years ago - a photo of fantastic reefs and of being able to see whale sharks swimming around. It has stuck in my head every since. I know that it is way out in the middle of nowhere even for Australians, but hopefully someday I will get to visit it! :)


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Sep 30, 2016 13:52 |  #1287

I had a little shock coming back to a photo I edited a couple of days earlier to see how much it'd already been cropped :-D


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Exactly why I got my 5dsr.....the huge crops can still give very useable images where previously trying to extract an image like above taken with a lower res sensor would have been a lost cause.


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