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Apr 25, 2016 20:03 |  #1

Well, it was after 7 pm, and the sky was cloudy. Sunset was around 7:40 pm I think. So I had shutter speed set at 1/1250, the minimum I consider usable for eagles fishing, which resulted in ISO ranging from 3200-12,800. I was just using the 1.4III extender, alhough the 2X would have been better as the eagle was fishing the far side of the bay. Ah well, what can you do but try? In these shots, the sun was behind clouds, setting to our left.
1. ISO 12,800

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2. ISO 10,000

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3. ISO 10,000

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4. ISO 10,000

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5. ISO 10,000

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6. ISO 5,000

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7. ISO 3200

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8. ISO 3200 Seems like a lot of work for such a small fish!

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Apr 25, 2016 21:17 |  #2

Well done, Ian. That first one especially is quite dramatic. I'm sure you've got noise, bu I'm also sure I can't see it from here. Great job.


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Apr 25, 2016 22:46 |  #3

They look great Ian.


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Apr 26, 2016 04:45 |  #4

A nice set Ian, considering conditions your shooting in.


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Apr 26, 2016 05:49 |  #5

Five figure iso shots should be ugly, but think you bent the rules here a bit, Ian. Very nice shooting. Curious about the aperture setting?


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Apr 26, 2016 07:00 |  #6

CDMOOSE wrote in post #17985105 (external link)
Well done, Ian. That first one especially is quite dramatic. I'm sure you've got noise, bu I'm also sure I can't see it from here. Great job.

Thanks Al, I did have to use selective noise reduction.

2n10 wrote in post #17985197 (external link)
They look great Ian.

Thanks much John.

budcam wrote in post #17985420 (external link)
A nice set Ian, considering conditions your shooting in.

Thanks Dan.

ardeekay wrote in post #17985447 (external link)
Five figure iso shots should be ugly, but think you bent the rules here a bit, Ian. Very nice shooting. Curious about the aperture setting?

Thanks Rog. I had it at f/8, forgetting that I had the 1.4 and not the 2x extender on, so I could have gone down to f/5.6, had I remembered :p


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Apr 26, 2016 13:20 as a reply to  @ Wallace River's post |  #7

Ah, I'm not the only one!:-)


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Apr 26, 2016 14:43 |  #8

Nice set regardless of conditions Ian.

Very will done.


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Apr 27, 2016 05:49 |  #9

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Nice set regardless of conditions Ian. Very will done.

Thanks Phil, much appreciated.


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Apr 27, 2016 17:30 |  #10

I would gone home long ago but still you got keepers. I need more practice


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Apr 27, 2016 20:19 |  #11

Very nice set Ian. Great job.


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Apr 28, 2016 06:23 |  #12

CaptBob wrote in post #17987317 (external link)
I would have gone home long ago but still you got keepers. I need more practice

Peter2516 wrote in post #17987487 (external link)
Very nice set Ian. Great job.

Thanks very much Bob and Peter.


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