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Aug 16, 2020 09:43 |  #22471

Long range at 700mm and in rubbish light.:)

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Aug 16, 2020 09:50 |  #22472

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Aug 16, 2020 09:55 |  #22473

UK_MARK wrote in post #19109944 (external link)
Long range at 700mm and in rubbish light.:)

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Looks like GREAT light to me.


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Aug 16, 2020 10:01 |  #22474

Archibald wrote in post #19109953 (external link)
Looks like GREAT light to me.

Was pretty dim out there yesterday afternoon and just about to chuck it down with rain.


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Aug 16, 2020 10:32 |  #22475

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Was pretty dim out there yesterday afternoon and just about to chuck it down with rain.

That's when the light can be great.

I remember when a crew showed up at my place of work (nice looking building) with a shiny new car. It was gloomy and at the point of rain. They asked if they could take pics. The light was low but a very fine quality for what they wanted to do.


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Aug 17, 2020 13:21 |  #22476

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Aug 17, 2020 13:27 as a reply to  @ britain's post |  #22477

They are superb shots.




  
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Aug 17, 2020 13:33 |  #22478

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They are superb shots.

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Aug 22, 2020 06:14 |  #22479

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This looks familiar, is it Knowlton Church by any chance ??? Lovely shot.


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Aug 22, 2020 20:57 |  #22480

Went for a little road trip a few days ago. I knew I should have had the camera settings checked and the camera ready to go but as usual I didn't. I had the TC on but had set the values back to 0 when an estimated +15 was needed. This little guy was sitting next to the east bound lane. We stopped, he didn't move at first then he slowly walked across the road and sat down again. I managed to catch the last part of it anyway. Both shots only resized which causes some loss of sharpness. It is the best looking fox I've seen when I actually had a camera with me.

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Aug 22, 2020 21:38 |  #22481

RodS57 wrote in post #19113232 (external link)
Went for a little road trip a few days ago. I knew I should have had the camera settings checked and the camera ready to go but as usual I didn't. I had the TC on but had set the values back to 0 when an estimated +15 was needed. This little guy was sitting next to the east bound lane. We stopped, he didn't move at first then he slowly walked across the road and sat down again. I managed to catch the last part of it anyway. Both shots only resized which causes some loss of sharpness. It is the best looking fox I've seen when I actually had a camera with me.

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Nice captures...especially the second shot. This guy's beautiful. I've never seen a fox this dark colored before.


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Aug 22, 2020 22:28 |  #22482

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Nice captures...especially the second shot. This guy's beautiful. I've never seen a fox this dark colored before.

Thanks for the kind words. I don't see many really good looking foxes. A lot of the recent ones have been dark in color but I have seen the normal red ones as well. In this particular instance the fox sat on the side of the road so long that we thought he might have been hit by a car and couldn't walk. Lucky for me he wasn't spooked by our arrival.

My intent was to bring the 100-400 with TC for birds as a compact choice over the tamron 150-600 as I can get the 100-400 combo in the camera bag while mounted to the camera hence the ridiculous settings for a stationary fox.

Also saw a black bear but he didn't wait around.

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Aug 23, 2020 10:16 |  #22483


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Aug 23, 2020 17:13 |  #22484

h14nha wrote in post #19112877 (external link)
This looks familiar, is it Knowlton Church by any chance ??? Lovely shot.

Thanks, you know your ruined churches well :)


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Aug 24, 2020 19:15 |  #22485

Wildfire Moon. This photo has had no color adjustments made. The smoke from the wildfires here in Colorado coupled with smoke from the California wildfires has resulted in horrendous air quality, but does also provide some very surreal sun and moon colors.


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