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04-07-2018, 05:53 PM - 15 Likes   #15511
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Dark and moody with washed up debris. Just before sunrise on Brisbane's Nudgee beach with the D-FA 15-30.



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spring morning

hangman43, good capture of the statues & a reflection of a most painful time.
acoufap & BruceBanner, thank you both for the info & inspiration & really cool photos. Bruce I love the work by Jasper James, thanks for the link.
DimC, that is a very cool ME.
savoche, WOW, the fishy look certainly provides a different artistic image. Interesting that I never before saw much use for a fish eye lens, now I do thanks to you. Shots of landscape don't appeal to me but your building ones sure do.
Eric, I will honor your request but I have to tell you that many times I attempted to capture a good image of those tree trunks and have not done a satisfactory job at it yet, but I'll keep on trying.
Frederic, I will see your European Robin with a north American one & raise you a Rufous-sided Towhee. A wee bit better moon shot this time, but what is up with the swamp photo...
clackers, I sit here enjoying looking at your nice warm Arina photo, then I look out my window...but the seasons will change...some day...
Hattifnatt, love that sunset at Herastrau Park, beautiful capture.
repaap, nice shots, love the first night scene.
StephenHampshire, your train photos are fantastic as usual, I especially like the night shots. You do really good work.
johnc, that is a sorta eerie scene at Loch Maree.
Tas, that is a super nice photo, well done.
After watching the sunrise on this awesome spring morning I noticed several birds looking for food just about 20 feet from the front porch. So I sat awhile & took some shots. Only needed to take 1 for the Robin but took 26 for Miss Rufus. Those things would not stop moving around and changing directions. Had fun till my hands got cold & tired of holding up that sweet lens.
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QuoteOriginally posted by jabobby Quote
Tas, that is a super nice photo, well done.
After watching the sunrise on this awesome spring morning I noticed several birds looking for food just about 20 feet from the front porch. So I sat awhile & took some shots. Only needed to take 1 for the Robin but took 26 for Miss Rufus. Those things would not stop moving around and changing directions. Had fun till my hands got cold & tired of holding up that sweet lens. Best Regards, Bob
Cheers Bob,

I love a contre jour scene, especially when the sun burst is starred and the exposure managed like you've done, it seems nothing more than a bright spotlight on the barn.

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Mesmerizing, to say the least; well done!
Are those SOoC jpegs or processed RAWs (just curious)?
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thank you LensBeginner , i shoot in raw and process with capture one
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savoche, WOW, the fishy look certainly provides a different artistic image. Interesting that I never before saw much use for a fish eye lens, now I do thanks to you. Shots of landscape don't appeal to me but your building ones sure do.
Thank you! I find the fisheye most interesting when I manage to find angles that twist things properly. I get tired of the straight on "bulgy look" quite quickly. And it's an effect that should be used sparingly anyway IMO, or it will wear off.

So...

Going back to my trusty DA70

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QuoteOriginally posted by rondoudou87 Quote
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Three great images. I especially like the tiger which has that "look" = you are so lucky I cannot get to you.

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One more of Ardvreck castle in the Scottish highlands - on a rather damp afternoon. D-FA 24-70.



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Very nice waffle shot!
Thank you

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I am not especially interested in wildlife shooting, but these are obviously excellent. Looks like the lens and tc converters are good performers. Question: could you tell us more about your technique? Are you using a gimbal, for instance? We can see the exif at Flikr, of course...
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Nice shot, seems like a good combo...I've used on y K3, but not on the K1, I will try when I have a few minutes in decent light
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QuoteOriginally posted by DimC Quote
Some great shots with all different lenses, well done.

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I went in the park with the Tamron 90mm Macro for a radical change
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Frederic, I will see your European Robin with a north American one & raise you a Rufous-sided Towhee.
Thank you Bob ! We know all that your robins are bigger, but ours are more colourful

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A wee bit better moon shot this time, but what is up with the swamp photo...
Rupert ! Go out of Bob's body !

FF Mode • 800 ISO • Tamron SP AF Di 90mm F2.8 Macro


Crop Mode • 400 ISO • HD Pentax DA 560mm F5.6 ED AW


FF Mode • 100 ISO • Tokina AT-X AF 28-70mm f:2.8
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Yuma Painted Desert Dawn

Was lucky enough to get some nicely lit clouds this morning at one of my favorite places about 35 min. drive from my home. Pixel Shift was used for both photos and helped considerably with both color and detail. The cropped photo (from third photo), taken with the 28-105 @ 63mm, shows plenty of detail of a mother and very young wild burro paused about a mile away . I spotted them earlier with binoculars. This frame is the only one without green PS "jaggies", as I call them.
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