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Dec 04, 2017 22:14 |  #4186

^^^^^^^This was the 300F/2.8 with a 1.4 TC ^^^^^^


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Dec 05, 2017 05:16 |  #4188

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Dec 05, 2017 09:10 |  #4189

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These are excellent, that first one is perfect. Is this below a hydro project or something similar that causes regular "floaters" and creates a known feeding location or did you just get incredibly lucky? The location is gorgeous, but the river (if that's what it is) seems too small for hydro so I'm wondering what led to the dead/stunned fish.




  
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Dec 05, 2017 14:46 |  #4191

ShadowHillsPhoto wrote in post #18511092 (external link)
These are excellent, that first one is perfect. Is this below a hydro project or something similar that causes regular "floaters" and creates a known feeding location or did you just get incredibly lucky? The location is gorgeous, but the river (if that's what it is) seems too small for hydro so I'm wondering what led to the dead/stunned fish.


Its on the Skagit river in Washington. The Skagit and the Nooksak both are heavily populated with salmon. Right now salmon have spanned and dead salmon is floating everywhere and lots of bait fish all over. 2 yrs ago I saw over 200 eagles in 1 day. Saw about 45-60 yesterday. Rivers are very high right now. Im going back 12-20 and floating the Nooksak when water levels are lower


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Dec 05, 2017 15:26 |  #4192

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Its on the Skagit river in Washington. The Skagit and the Nooksak both are heavily populated with salmon. Right now salmon have spanned and dead salmon is floating everywhere and lots of bait fish all over. 2 yrs ago I saw over 200 eagles in 1 day. Saw about 45-60 yesterday. Rivers are very high right now. Im going back 12-20 and floating the Nooksak when water levels are lower

Ahh of course, wasn't thinking about salmon runs. That's my east coast bias, we don't see that sort of thing on a scale to draw that sort of concentration of eagles, and we have far fewer eagles to begin with.




  
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Dec 05, 2017 17:33 |  #4193

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Ahh of course, wasn't thinking about salmon runs. That's my east coast bias, we don't see that sort of thing on a scale to draw that sort of concentration of eagles, and we have far fewer eagles to begin with.


I saw over 300 eagles on the Nooksak 2 yrs ago


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Dec 06, 2017 12:29 |  #4194

Here is the Pano that I made with the 2 favorite shots. I think I like them better as stand alone's but stitched these as many thought would make for a cool shot


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Dec 06, 2017 13:05 as a reply to  @ umphotography's post |  #4195

I like the two shots together better. It is unique.


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Dec 06, 2017 23:50 |  #4196

I'm gonna put myself out there with this.. I have both the 5DIV and 1DXII. Does anyone really see a difference in the real-world files? The 5D has more resolution, yes, but I'm hard-pressed to see a major difference in the end result. Comments? Roasts?


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I prefer my files from the 1dx2 more than my 5d4.


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Dec 06, 2017 23:56 |  #4198

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I prefer my files from the 1dx2 more than my 5d4.

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rejay14 wrote in post #18512418 (external link)
I'm gonna put myself out there with this.. I have both the 5DIV and 1DXII. Does anyone really see a difference in the real-world files? The 5D has more resolution, yes, but I'm hard-pressed to see a major difference in the end result. Comments? Roasts?

I have both. The 1DX2 images are better.


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Dec 07, 2017 09:16 |  #4200

Ditto what jwcdds said

My assistant has the 5D4 and I still have a 5D3

The 1Dx2 files are much better to work with.


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