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05-20-2015, 02:57 PM   #16
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Wow very nice details and the lighting is superb.

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QuoteOriginally posted by wtlwdwgn Quote
Ian, you need to add an extra line when posting to separate your images like this:





BTW, nice shooting!
will do and thank you

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Really nice collection Ian.
Thank you

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QuoteOriginally posted by Sliver-Surfer Quote
Wow very nice details and the lighting is superb.
Thank you
I try my best
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BIF with the new 1.4 TC III and the 200-400


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Awesome :-)

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08-25-2015, 10:35 PM   #21
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QuoteOriginally posted by Ian Stuart Forsyth Quote
BIF with the new 1.4 TC III and the 200-400
Ian, I'm just at the entrance to the BIF rabbit hole and I wonder if you'd be willing to explain your technique and strategies for capturing sequences like these?

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Ian, I'm just at the entrance to the BIF rabbit hole and I wonder if you'd be willing to explain your technique and strategies for capturing sequences like these?
I have PM you
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A tuff End



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Something more pleasant
Female sitting on a cattail

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Very nice work and will continue to follow this page as you submit more work thank you for sharing


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QuoteOriginally posted by Ian Stuart Forsyth Quote
Coming up on the third year running FF for wildlife photography I felt like sharing some of the work over this time frame.
This work of the Common Snipe I was using the 200-400 F/4 along with a 1.7 TC and the D800
Wide open I am just amazed with how little detail is lost.
warning they are somewhat large file sizes

stopped down only improves the level we see

This is my favorite of the bunch
Just amazing and you say that's done with 1.7 telephoto converter?

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Some more work
taken with the D800 and the 200-400 F4 @ 300mm F/4 1/5sec iso 2000
Female Belted Kingfisher
Just perfect lighting
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QuoteOriginally posted by Ian Stuart Forsyth Quote
Coming up on the third year running FF for wildlife photography I felt like sharing some of the work over this time frame.
This work of the Common Snipe I was using the 200-400 F/4 along with a 1.7 TC and the D800
North American birds are now known as Wilson's Snipe (Gallinago delicata) as a result of ornithologists splitting them from the Common Snipe of Europe and Asia.

Sharp pics!

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Some more work
taken with the D800 and the 200-400 F4 @ 300mm F/4 1/5sec iso 2000
Female Belted Kingfisher
Male. Females have a reddish breast band below the blue band.
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First week with FF and not much to shoot at,
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Gee, I wish I had 'nothing' to shoot at.
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While setting up for future site to photograph Kestrels I had a visitor
Damn fine squirrel shot.....and I particularly like that wading bird with the dragonfly. Nice stuff!

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