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Oct 08, 2018 13:06 |  #20371

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Oct 08, 2018 13:19 |  #20372

Methodical wrote in post #18724770 (external link)
Cool. You got the whole family in sharp view.

Thanks Methodical. Yup...definitely got a bit lucky on that one. I appreciate the kudos.


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Oct 08, 2018 13:52 |  #20373

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Nicely done shot of the red-eared slider, britain.


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Oct 08, 2018 14:12 |  #20374

Tareq wrote in post #18724103 (external link)
Those images reminding me about my vacations once in Scotland back in 2007, nice images.

Cloudy and drizzly sounds about right for Scotland.




  
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Oct 08, 2018 14:57 |  #20375

Pondrader wrote in post #18724776 (external link)
Swindon..... many moons ago.

Its rare to see me shooting that fast.. I probably would have been more like this one at 1/640. This is dead of winter on an ice storm day... almost no light at all. And you can see I left it that dark... Today I would just raise it up to make it look like normal day light.

Fur is something different altogether... keeping the texture and noise down between the hairs in the fur can be challenging shooting in dark places where the critters live. especially under chin's and bellies. Its easy to make it look clumpy and blocky if your peepin ... which I do.

I also dont like the tiny burnt bits of the white that high iso will give us on anything with white on a dark bird or animal.
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Oh, I was born just 30 miles from there!
That last bird I posted was mid summer, still dark! :lol:
I don't get much in the way of wild fur, Ill bow to your wealth of experience there and case in point that fox image is first rate.




  
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Oct 08, 2018 14:57 |  #20376

Lame-Duck wrote in post #18724860 (external link)
Great shot, Sidknee. Very nicely done.

thanks Mike :)




  
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Oct 08, 2018 18:51 |  #20377

Immaculens wrote in post #18724787 (external link)
My cardinal interest during this morning's foggy walkabout ~

While I like the 55-250 STM for its light weight, I've been finding the AF reliability also in line with the cheap price I paid lol

(Edit: I forget if I attempted an AF microadjustment with this lens so I will do that)

Think I will look at the new EF 70-300 II IS USM for next year when lugging the Sigma is undesirable...
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Wonderful shots of that red beauty, Will. I just wish so bad we had cardinals out here in CA


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Oct 08, 2018 18:56 |  #20378

Pondrader wrote in post #18724776 (external link)
Swindon..... many moons ago.

Its rare to see me shooting that fast.. I probably would have been more like this one at 1/640. This is dead of winter on an ice storm day... almost no light at all. And you can see I left it that dark... Today I would just raise it up to make it look like normal day light.

Fur is something different altogether... keeping the texture and noise down between the hairs in the fur can be challenging shooting in dark places where the critters live. especially under chin's and bellies. Its easy to make it look clumpy and blocky if your peepin ... which I do.

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Both of these are wonderful shots, Jeff. They are sharp and beautifully composed. The fox stands out so nicely that the photo looks to be 3-dimensional.


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Oct 08, 2018 19:05 |  #20379

Lame-Duck wrote in post #18725103 (external link)
Both of these are wonderful shots, Jeff. They are sharp and beautifully composed. The fox stands out so nicely that the photo looks to be 3-dimensional.

Thanks Mike.


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Oct 08, 2018 19:25 |  #20380

ISO 16000 works reasonably well here- Fusilier's Arch, St. Stephan's Park, Dublin, Ireland

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Oct 08, 2018 19:39 |  #20381

Lame-Duck wrote in post #18725101 (external link)
Wonderful shots of that red beauty, Will.

Cheers Mike, you are generous with your praise ~ have a good week ~


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Oct 08, 2018 19:54 |  #20382

Immaculens wrote in post #18725147 (external link)
Cheers Mike, you are generous with your praise ~ have a good week ~

Thank you Will. I try to be honest with my comments, rather than generous. You too have a good week.


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Oct 09, 2018 05:04 |  #20383

interesting comments on ISO, I am thinking of making ISO 1600 my highest on 7DII rather than 3200. For me its mainly about feather and fur detail with wildlife, I dont notice the higher ISOs on other objects but for furry and feathery things I think detail does get lost. I even notice it with my full frame when I shoot really high ISOs, of course Im also often cropping in a lot more with that though.


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Oct 09, 2018 08:53 |  #20384

aladyforty wrote in post #18725337 (external link)
interesting comments on ISO, I am thinking of making ISO 1600 my highest on 7DII rather than 3200. For me its mainly about feather and fur detail with wildlife, I dont notice the higher ISOs on other objects but for furry and feathery things I think detail does get lost. I even notice it with my full frame when I shoot really high ISOs, of course Im also often cropping in a lot more with that though.

Never say never but it is a good place to hang your hat.


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Oct 09, 2018 10:27 |  #20385

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Never say never but it is a good place to hang your hat.

Groan. :p


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