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Sep 09, 2020 08:31 |  #1591

A few more Blue Angels shots from a practice Tuesday at Whiting Field in FL. I can't believe how many keepers I'm getting with the Mark III


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Sep 09, 2020 08:32 |  #1592

Not an ideal location in relation to the sun.


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Sep 09, 2020 11:08 |  #1593

Taken this morning - red squirrels in the Lake District National Park. Situation was quite dark which pushed up the ISO somewhat. Never having taken red squirrels as they leap across a river - or anything else to be honest, I didn't know what shutter speed I would need in order to keep them in focus. I would be interested in your thoughts on these alongside anything which would help me improve my technique when it comes to camera settings and composition.

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Prefocussed at a point on one of the boulders, camera on a tripod and just hit the remote release when I saw one about to take off. Dappled light through the trees onto a fast moving stream.


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Sep 09, 2020 11:23 |  #1594

WyzMan wrote in post #19122570 (external link)
Taken this morning - red squirrels in the Lake District National Park. Situation was quite dark which pushed up the ISO somewhat. Never having taken red squirrels as they leap across a river - or anything else to be honest, I didn't know what shutter speed I would need in order to keep them in focus. I would be interested in your thoughts on these alongside anything which would help me improve my technique when it comes to camera settings and composition.

No noise reduction in Lightroom.

Prefocussed at a point on one of the boulders, camera on a tripod and just hit the remote release when I saw one about to take off. Dappled light through the trees onto a fast moving stream.

Really nice captures The high ISO on this camera is amazing! I posted a few pages back a hawk at ISO 40,000 really is amazing. The high ISO on this camera processes so well.


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Sep 09, 2020 16:19 as a reply to  @ WyzMan's post |  #1595

Amazing. Beautiful photos and subject.
Love the light playing across the scene. The second one with the squirrel fully lit is excellent.

Bold little blighters. That's a big leap. Trust it made it okay.



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Sep 09, 2020 22:59 as a reply to  @ WyzMan's post |  #1596

I love those! Was up that neck of the woods last weekend but didn’t see any red squirrels. (Didn’t look to be fair!)

No advice I can give you as they look to be pretty much spot on.

The iso performance is pretty stunning to be honest.


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Sep 10, 2020 05:39 |  #1597

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Sep 11, 2020 00:52 |  #1599

Worked on a couple more since...

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Sep 12, 2020 11:14 |  #1600

Back Yard shots with a new (to me) Canon 70-200 2.8 II Yipee!


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Sep 13, 2020 16:53 |  #1601

Another close up of one of the common UK bird species, in this case a female Chaffinch. As with the Coaltit I posted previously, this is a 100% crop:

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Sep 14, 2020 00:35 |  #1602

Some hairy details with the 100-400 II @560mm

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Sep 14, 2020 08:28 as a reply to  @ GerdW's post |  #1603

How do you find the 100-400 with the 1.4TC? does the af work well? Guessing it does looking at the above!


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Sep 14, 2020 14:12 |  #1604

Evening all, thought it was about time I posted a couple of shots from the MKIII.

I originally had a day at Oulton Park for the British GT meeting on Aug 2nd, but things did not go to plan. 2o mins into last race I felt unwell and went to the circuit medical centre and then spent the next 5 days in Stoke hospital having had a heart attack. Well on the way to recovery now but my thanks must go to the medical staff on site and ambulance crew. I can't remember much of the 30 mile ride with blues and two's etc, but hey ho, I'm still here.

So six weeks later and back to the track we go, and this time all was well, even managed to drive home in my own car, so that's a result.


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Sep 14, 2020 14:27 |  #1605

anglefire wrote in post #19124775 (external link)
How do you find the 100-400 with the 1.4TC? does the af work well? Guessing it does looking at the above!

Yes I am happy with the AF @560!

I use that lens with the 1.4x converter on all of my cameras with different success.

5DSR: Good
5D IV: Better
1DX III: Best :-)


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