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Wildlife right inside this tiny apartment complex
Lens: 70mm & 135mm Camera: K3 Photo Location: Southern NJ 
Posted By: amp, 05-14-2016, 07:33 PM

It's crazy what you find when you go looking for it.
Not much of a nature photographer at the moment, but it can be very enjoyable.
Any advice, critique or opinions are welcome regarding pre or post production.

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They are all really beautiful and interesting. Many thanks for a lovely viewing experience.

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Very good captures.
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QuoteOriginally posted by amp Quote
Not much of a nature photographer at the moment,

I would disagree with that comment amp. Very good nature photography shown here !!!

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QuoteOriginally posted by amp Quote
inside this tiny apartment complex
If that last image was inside (Hissing Syd)... I'd be moving out.

Fine collection of imagery.
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Thanks all for the kind words.
I just ordered a 200mm M f4 off the forum. I'm really looking forward to that extra reach.
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QuoteOriginally posted by amp Quote
I'm really looking forward to that extra reach.
No such thing as actually achieving the extra reach. You will always want more.
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QuoteOriginally posted by amp Quote
Thanks all for the kind words.
I just ordered a 200mm M f4 off the forum. I'm really looking forward to that extra reach.
On a phone I can't tell, what lens did you use to capture these images?

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" No such thing as actually achieving the extra reach. You will always want more. "
Actually, you're spot on. At first I was satisfied with the 50 1.8, then I wanted more isolation for my portraits, so I went with the 70 2.4. Then I see an inexpensive, good condition M 135 3.5. Finally, I saw a M 200 f4 and pulled the trigger. Where's the end?!?
The first 4 pictures are with the M 135 3.5. The last one of the snake was with the 70 2.4.
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QuoteOriginally posted by amp Quote
" No such thing as actually achieving the extra reach. You will always want more. "
Actually, you're spot on. At first I was satisfied with the 50 1.8, then I wanted more isolation for my portraits, so I went with the 70 2.4. Then I see an inexpensive, good condition M 135 3.5. Finally, I saw a M 200 f4 and pulled the trigger. Where's the end?!?
The first 4 pictures are with the M 135 3.5. The last one of the snake was with the 70 2.4.
Sorry Amp, it is called GAS, Gear Acquisition Syndrome, as far as I know, it is almost incurable. Great series

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