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06-02-2016, 06:42 AM - 1 Like   #1516
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QuoteOriginally posted by Schraubstock Quote
Even more weird is the screw on branch.
Yep, when you are a cheater...you need Cheater Branches...and I've got them!

Squirrels are eating away at this one...you can get an "internal view".



Regards.....Doin' what it takes to get a shot through my office windows without getting out into the "wild", as I drink my coffee and dream of all the things I'm never really going to do!

06-02-2016, 06:50 AM   #1517
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QuoteOriginally posted by Rupert Quote
Yep, when you are a cheater...you need Cheater Branches...and I've got them!

Squirrels are eating away at this one...you can get an "internal view".



Regards.....Doin' what it takes to get a shot through my office windows without getting out into the "wild", as I drink my coffee and dream of all the things I'm never really going to do!




The screwy branch is great! And I love how the bark on the trunk itself is all chipped up from the squirrel army climbing up to the sittin' place you created for them to be photographed from your sittin' place.


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QuoteOriginally posted by loco Quote
Here are a couple shots of juvenile red foxes that live nearby. There are three of them that come in the yard and play every evening for the past week or so.

Taken with the DA*300.... ISO 4000 and 2500, respectively.

Too cute, and I love the DOF isolation on their little faces. Great captures!
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QuoteOriginally posted by Erictator Quote
Too cute, and I love the DOF isolation on their little faces. Great captures!
Eric
Yep, I was going to mention that I loved those little fox shots! Weren't they great shots!
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QuoteOriginally posted by wissink Quote
It really surprises that this lens is FF compatible. Any issues? Nice shot btw.
QuoteOriginally posted by klavrack Quote
I have a Sigma 10-20mm/4-5.6. It vignettes badly at every focal length. Don't know about the f/3.5 version. Perhaps he's shooting it at FF and manually cropping.
Thanks wissink, klavrack has answered for me.

Sigma 10-20mm @14mm FF mode
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Congratulations!

Just sitting here looking out at the constant rain and very dark skies. Thinking.....of all the days I have seen this and couldn't reach for my camera because it was hopeless to shoot at such high ISO levels...even if I could get the big ol' slow Bigma to focus.

Those days are over....The Bigma locks right on target and you get a shot that is useable....not perfection, but not missed. Isn't it wonderful! Gotta admire the K1!

ISO 10000 1/60 handheld...Love that new SR too! ...rain dripping off his little tail.


ISO 10000 1/60 handheld...wet tail too! Very wet around here! Lots of flooding.


ISO 8000 1/60 handheld- This is one of those "Blind Orphan Squirrels" we always hear about....so I was told? I guess they really do exist?


Regards! If you can't be a Pro...at least have a little fun!
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I thought he was just giving thanks for what he was about to receive from your bird feeder... fun series as always Rupert.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Rupert Quote

ISO 8000 1/60 handheld- This is one of those "Blind Orphan Squirrels" we always hear about....so I was told? I guess they really do exist?


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QuoteOriginally posted by Erictator Quote
I thought he was just giving thanks for what he was about to receive from your bird feeder... fun series as always Rupert.
Eric
Yeah, that's kinda what I though too? But...I was informed otherwise!

Regards!

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Some leaf bokeh with the K-1, FA 43 @ f/2, close cropped.

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FF Mode • 1600 ISO • Pentax DA* 55mm F1.4 SDM • Kenko Pz-AF UniPlus Tube 25


FF Mode • 100 ISO • Pentax DA* 200mm F2.8 ED SDM • Kenko Pz-AF UniPlus Tube 25 • Topaz Labs Texture Effects


Crop Mode • 100 ISO • Pentax DA* 200mm F2.8 ED SDM


Crop Mode • 400 ISO • Sigma Art 18-35mm F1.8 DC HSM
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You ever get "strange" shots?
All the time Jim.

All the time.

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FA 77 @ f1.8



Crop of above shot. While it has been cross processed, the 77 wide open is definitely sharp!

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QuoteOriginally posted by kengoh Quote
Thanks wissink, klavrack has answered for me.

Sigma 10-20mm @14mm FF mode
Suggestion for all posting pix: If your FF mode image has been cropped or substantially corrected, please note that, so that viewers don't wrongly assume that it covers FF better than it does. Love your images, btw.
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Trying to get to know the A20:



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QuoteOriginally posted by wtlwdwgn Quote
Some leaf bokeh with the K-1, FA 43 @ f/2, close cropped.
Lovely clean look to it.
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