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Jul 29, 2018 13:10 |  #8596

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Jul 29, 2018 16:19 |  #8597

I love this thread! very inspirational!!!
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Jul 29, 2018 16:57 |  #8598

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Jul 29, 2018 20:04 |  #8599

Very nice! Many people (including me) would have probably zoomed in or cropped down to just the chipmunk. But I really enjoy seeing it with its environment. Well done!


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Jul 29, 2018 20:15 |  #8600

LJ3Jim wrote in post #18673381 (external link)
Very nice! Many people (including me) would have probably zoomed in or cropped down to just the chipmunk. But I really enjoy seeing it with its environment. Well done!

Me too. Tells a story. Most important part. I try to keep that in mind but get zoomed into that too :-)


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Jul 29, 2018 23:01 |  #8601

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I heard that from a couple of other photographers that were on the FHC side. After 2:00 or so, the HFF side seems to be better. Congratulations on the B-25 video. That must have been a fun task! Paul Allen is obsessed with getting all the details correct. I'm really happy he created FHC.

Yup. Shooting into the afternoon sun... ain't no fun. especially with the haze that developed. Agreed. Paul Allen did a great job. Many things in the collection that people would have never seen were it not for him and FHC.


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Jul 30, 2018 02:13 |  #8602

I have posted this image to demonstrate the ability of the EF100-400 IS II (Hand-held) to capture at distance. In this case about 5 miles. PS CS6 was used to give the image a little boost as there was a lot of heat haze about.

Bye the way - Using the 1.4X MkIII extender.


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Jul 30, 2018 04:32 |  #8603

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Me too. Tells a story. Most important part. I try to keep that in mind but get zoomed into that too :-)

LJ3Jim wrote in post #18673381 (external link)
Very nice! Many people (including me) would have probably zoomed in or cropped down to just the chipmunk. But I really enjoy seeing it with its environment. Well done!

I'm still learning photography so this means a lot , Thank you both very much!


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Jul 30, 2018 14:53 |  #8604

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Jul 30, 2018 17:46 |  #8605

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Wow Doc...What a splendid shot. It is sharp, colorful, and just plain cool!


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Jul 30, 2018 20:00 |  #8606

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Wow Doc...What a splendid shot. It is sharp, colorful, and just plain cool!

Thanks Mike. A low light, high ISO shot. I did a little selective noise reduction in post.


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Jul 30, 2018 21:18 |  #8607

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I'm still learning photography...

I've been taking photos for 40 years, and that phrase still applies to me. It's a marvelous journey. Enjoy!


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Jul 31, 2018 04:10 |  #8608

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I've been taking photos for 40 years, and that phrase still applies to me. It's a marvelous journey. Enjoy!

LOL, that is some experience! I guess if there was nothing left to learn it would get boring . :lol:


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Jul 31, 2018 04:14 |  #8609

if I remember right I was like 5 feet away from this guy, some times this lens just amazes me!

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Jul 31, 2018 11:27 |  #8610

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if I remember right I was like 5 feet away from this guy, some times this lens just amazes me!
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It's so good, right? Even though I currently am without one, I still believe that the 100-400 II is the best lens in the Canon lineup.


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