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08-10-2016, 05:53 PM - 1 Like   #3136
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Is it a Bird....Is it a Plane....Or is it Superdog? Wish I had a Cape like that!



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QuoteOriginally posted by micromacro Quote
FA77+TC x1.4.
I have to admit that I was wrong saying that is impossible to focus on moving toward subject. Practiced on my cat
You've got balls combing the '77 with a TC.
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QuoteOriginally posted by mrfredsporty Quote
m trying my darndest to attract some squirrels. not very successful. this is not a nice pic. it is just a snapshot with the the big moose (bigma).i will not give up. iWILL have a squirrel pic soon!!!!!
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You're on the right track, keep at it! One problem is the corn looks too easy to get ......squirrels feel better about eating something if they think they stole it!

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. Crop Mode 400 ISO HD Pentax DA 560mm F5.6 ED AW
Love the little birdie FS! #1 is a fine shot too....#3...You know I don't care for moon shots, so boring!

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Is it a Bird....Is it a Plane....Or is it Superdog? Wish I had a Cape like that!
Otis says it could have been a flying squirrel.....but not this one!


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The Sigma 85mm f1.4 doing its portrait thing
I really like those! Lovely young lady too!

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My lone shot today... a lonesome dove....
08-10-2016, 07:11 PM   #3139
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QuoteOriginally posted by tabl10s Quote
You've got balls combing the '77 with a TC.
Why not?
Before I buy Tamron 70-200mm, I need to improvise.
Did I mention that there is no obvious vignetting either with DA70, or FA77 combined with TC.

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The Sigma 85mm f1.4 doing its portrait thing



Angelic light, wonderful exposure.
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Checker taxi a long way from Michigan. Tamron 28-75mm f2.8, ISO 100, f7.1, 1.6s, on camera flash.


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Susie, window light. D FA 50mm f2.8 Macro, ISO 400, f4, 1/160s.




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From a recent shoot


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Voigtlander Color Skopar 20/3.5 arived today. I didn't get into to much trouble so life is good. One from it's first beach walk tonight. Not the best 20mm on the planet.... but light and small.

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QuoteOriginally posted by clackers Quote
Checker taxi a long way from Michigan. Tamron 28-75mm f2.8, ISO 100, f7.1, 1.6s, on camera flash.

Love the cab. There is more room in the back seat of that beast than in some of the "tiny houses" that are all the rage lately. From the customer point of view, about the best taxi ever made. When I managed a gas station in Buffalo, NY in the early 1970's we had a regular customer who was a taxi driver who had one in green that he kept in immaculate condition. He was quite proud of it.
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QuoteOriginally posted by gaweidert Quote
Love the cab. There is more room in the back seat of that beast than in some of the "tiny houses" that are all the rage lately. From the customer point of view, about the best taxi ever made. When I managed a gas station in Buffalo, NY in the early 1970's we had a regular customer who was a taxi driver who had one in green that he kept in immaculate condition. He was quite proud of it.
Yes, this looked to be in great nick, Gaweidert. I don't know how one came to be in Melbourne, but I'm glad that it did. :-)
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QuoteOriginally posted by noelpolar Quote
Voigtlander Color Skopar 20/3.5 arived today. I didn't get into to much trouble so life is good. One from it's first beach walk tonight. Not the best 20mm on the planet.... but light and small.
Looks pretty dang good to me!

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QuoteOriginally posted by Michaelina2 Quote
DA*300/4+HD 1.4TC, handheld, native lighting, field setting, crop to compose, LR(CC)+NIK...



Giant Swallowtail butterfly

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Nice shot - was this in crop mode or FF mode?
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QuoteOriginally posted by Michaelina2 Quote
DA*300/4+HD 1.4TC, handheld, native lighting, field setting, crop to compose, LR(CC)+NIK...
That is a wonderful shot, perfect, with perfect lighting too!

QuoteOriginally posted by DennisH Quote
Nice shot - was this in crop mode or FF mode?
Yes, I was also wondering about that.......if it was shot in "Crop Mode" then I will have to retract my above statement and just consider it an ordinary common shot of no real importance....you too?

If we can't tell a Crop Shot from a FF shot, aren't we being a little ridiculous in our low appraisal of the Crop Mode????

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