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Apr 24, 2021 02:12 |  #30301

mccamli wrote in post #19226930 (external link)
Thanks Mike.

Here's another couple of the speed demons...

I clipped the wing of the second one and had to crop in more than I'd like.

Both with the 1.4X iii
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Both shots are really great!


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Apr 24, 2021 03:21 |  #30302

mccamli wrote in post #19226930 (external link)
Thanks Mike.

Here's another couple of the speed demons...

I clipped the wing of the second one and had to crop in more than I'd like.

Both with the 1.4X iii

These really are exceptional.
No idea how you do it, but obviously you get excellent results. :-)
I watch ours racing round at the speed of light. Can't imagine I'd ever see one in the viewfinder  :p

Very nice indeed.



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Apr 24, 2021 04:30 as a reply to  @ post 19226738 |  #30303

perfect exposure on this blackbird




  
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Apr 24, 2021 04:32 as a reply to  @ post 19226750 |  #30304

thanks LD for comments ..lucky with some good light.




  
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Apr 24, 2021 04:33 as a reply to  @ post 19226843 |  #30305

love these in your face shots..tightly caught. wow




  
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Apr 24, 2021 04:36 as a reply to  @ post 19226858 |  #30306

Darn.. the shot I keep missing..:cry:




  
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Apr 24, 2021 04:39 as a reply to  @ post 19226930 |  #30307

very impressive .the detail and focal accuracy..pushing that R5:-D




  
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Apr 24, 2021 07:59 |  #30308

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Apr 24, 2021 09:28 |  #30309


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Apr 24, 2021 09:48 |  #30310

I was photographing the resident Brown Falcon when it up and left me. :rolleyes:

This was an accident but it shows the beautiful feather details
it rudely left the scene during the photo shoot
I don't do BIF so its a wonder anything is in focus :-P

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Apr 24, 2021 10:23 |  #30311

The wife returned to work, after 3 months of being furloughed, to find a pair of red kites nesting 50 yards from her lodge. This one spent a lot of time over her decking, eyeing up the pup, deciding whether she was small enough to pick up. fortunately it was a no.:rolleyes:


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Apr 24, 2021 10:34 |  #30312

Osprey with a Catfish breakfast!


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Apr 24, 2021 15:59 |  #30313

paul katinas wrote in post #19226841 (external link)
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This is really a great shot, Paul! The timing was spot on!

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Head on shots like this can be pretty tough. You certainly nailed it Joe!

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Gorgeous, Kev!

avondale87 wrote in post #19227048 (external link)
I was photographing the resident Brown Falcon when it up and left me. :rolleyes:

This was an accident but it shows the beautiful feather details
it rudely left the scene during the photo shoot
I don't do BIF so its a wonder anything is in focus :-P

Very nice for a guy who doesn't do birds in flight, Richard!:-)

bildeb0rg wrote in post #19227064 (external link)
The wife returned to work, after 3 months of being furloughed, to find a pair of red kites nesting 50 yards from her lodge. This one spent a lot of time over her decking, eyeing up the pup, deciding whether she was small enough to pick up. fortunately it was a no.:rolleyes:
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Beautiful flight shots, bildeb0rg!

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Very nicely captured, Shortaction!


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Apr 24, 2021 17:33 |  #30314

Lame-Duck wrote in post #19227196 (external link)
This is really a great shot, Paul! The timing was spot on!

Head on shots like this can be pretty tough. You certainly nailed it Joe!

Gorgeous, Kev!

Very nice for a guy who doesn't do birds in flight, Richard!:-)

Beautiful flight shots, bildeb0rg!

Very nicely captured, Shortaction!

Many thanks Chief.
Happy trails Mike.


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Apr 24, 2021 18:09 |  #30315

Lame-Duck wrote in post #19226935 (external link)
Both shots are really great!


avondale87 wrote in post #19226945 (external link)
These really are exceptional.
No idea how you do it, but obviously you get excellent results. :-)
I watch ours racing round at the speed of light. Can't imagine I'd ever see one in the viewfinder  :p

Very nice indeed.


havelock wrote in post #19226966 (external link)
very impressive .the detail and focal accuracy..pushing that R5:-D

Thanks all, much appreciated :-)


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