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Jul 24, 2018 07:03 |  #5281

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A few from NYC. The Library Reading Room and the Cathedral of St. John the Divine

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These UWA shots need some serious perspective correction :).....the walls are caving in!! :lol:


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Jul 24, 2018 09:21 |  #5282

Bees are keeping me busy at the moment. :-) They make very challenging subjects. Stopping them in flight is extremely difficult. The first one is at 1/6400 to try to catch the bee reasonably sharp in flight.


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Jul 24, 2018 09:34 |  #5283

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400 DO II w/ the 2.0x.. amazing detail.

I seen examples at Fred Miranda and I have to say it exceeded my expectations. AF with a 2X can be challenging. While Canon purposely slows down AF speed with extenders I have noticed that with lots of contrast and a static subject AF speed is pretty fast. For BIF it can take a long time and I often have to pump the BBF to get it to focus. It is challenging trying to track a blur and seconds are a lifetime for BIF. Still working on that however initial AF acquisition is all about contrast and we fine tune that. The lens offers a pre focus option I have not experimented with yet. I can definitely see any slightest movement when I hand hold even with the IS on. It's a whole new challenge.


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Jul 24, 2018 09:39 |  #5284

I almost didn't post this as I had to crop quite a bit but oh well. I'll have to pull out the 7D2 next outing.


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Jul 24, 2018 10:13 |  #5286

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I assume you just keep taking 30 second shots until you get lucky?

That is what I did 25 years ago with film. About 130 frames and only one had a lightning bolt in it. I was very pleased with that.

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Jul 24, 2018 11:20 |  #5287

One more...


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Jul 24, 2018 14:17 |  #5288

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I have noticed that with lots of contrast and a static subject AF speed is pretty fast. For BIF it can take a long time and I often have to pump the BBF to get it to focus. It is challenging trying to track a blur and seconds are a lifetime for BIF.

Man, I find the same problems you mentioned. I really avoid using any extender for 'BIF shooting if possible. In all honesty, my best success comes from using a 400mm equivelant lens. If shooting full frame (my 5D4) I petty much stick with the Canon 100-400mm, or my old Canon 400mm 5.6 prime. With the 7DII, I really like the Canon 70-300mm L lens (it's very light and the results are great on an APS-C body). You younger guys can handle longer lenses, but I hate struggling to find my target in the sky.


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Jul 24, 2018 14:19 |  #5289

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I love that shot...cool looking background, and a very nice pelican pose.


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Jul 24, 2018 14:29 as a reply to  @ post 18668896 |  #5290

Yes. But I left it a little dark intentionally.


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Jul 24, 2018 14:30 as a reply to  @ post 18669202 |  #5291

Yes. Just keep taking repeated exposures. When the storm is really active you need less luck.


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Jul 24, 2018 17:18 |  #5292

When I first heard of this rock formation near my cottage in Nova Scotia, I knew I wanted to put it in a Milky Way shot. This is several images for the sky and rock around the hole (with soft illumination on the rock), stacked in Sequator, one long exposure for the mid ground using ambient light, and one image with light painting for the foreground rock, all merged in Photoshop. Taken July 2018.


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Jul 24, 2018 17:28 |  #5293

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When I first heard of this rock formation near my cottage in Nova Scotia, I knew I wanted to put it in a Milky Way shot. This is several images for the sky and rock around the hole (with soft illumination on the rock), stacked in Sequator, one long exposure for the mid ground using ambient light, and one image with light painting for the foreground rock, all merged in Photoshop. Taken July 2018.


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Excellent shot...nice shadow detail.


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Jul 24, 2018 17:41 |  #5294

Gorgeous outcome. Well done


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Jul 24, 2018 18:21 |  #5295

Female Grey Goshawk and Female Regent Bower Bird taken in the Lamington National Park.

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