Looks good as is, shaf. Everything in the frame is sharp and identifiable, i really like it. There is no wrong way to take a photo, and for being shot in pitch darkness that photo turned out great.
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A face that tell lots of stories!
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I just got my new canon 6d and I simply love it. Before, I had the canon XSi. One thing that I noticed is that when I look in the 6d viewfinder, it is very big. It nearly impossible to see it all. With the XSI, the visible square was smaller and I could easily see the image I was going to take. But with the 6d, I cant see the edges all at once. I have to move my head a bit from left t right to see it all. And if I waer my glasses, its even worst since my eyes are a bit farther.
Is is due to the full frame sensor? Anyone else noticed this ?
Isn't there another web site that is "Birds as Art". I'd guess this is a play on that, maybe trying to capture all the miss typed google searches.
Do birds fart?
1dX 24mm f1.4 L II@ f4. Light Quadra in a 70cm Deep Octa.
Is it just me or do gary's shots of these animals on the previous pages just don't look "THAT" awesome. They seem grainy, a bit blurry here and there and the bokeh is just not beautiful. Compared to other shots posted here, these look more like rebel than 1dx. No offense, but I really want to know what's wrong cause that is not what you await from a $13000 setup (1dx+200mm 2.0)