Some from a recent trip to South FL. Enjoy!I really like the colours and sharpness of the first one.
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Serious matter this defying gravity stuff. This guy hasn't got the hang yet, or it doesn't work when you are wet. Whatever, he's still holding on. Didn't Douglas adams say "you just need to forget to fall down"?Sorry rpt...I didn't realize the gravity of the situationHa ha ha
I think in the end you are just part of the environment, they know that you pose no great danger if they are around regularly. The birds (Mainly magpies) run around behind our dog stealing his breakfast on a morning.Fabulous! Sometimes they just know they are safe. I am trying to communicate with the hawk that frequents our garden. Let us see how it goes - so far he lets me talk and hangs around for a whileIn our shed. I had the light on to see if it would help my webcam, it looks down into the nest.Seven of our thrushes (six of them are being sat on by the mother here).Lovely! Is she nesting inside your house? There seems to be three light sources showing up in her eye and one looks like a fluorescent tube light.
If I go in the shed then she just sits there very still, so I avoid eye contact. Obviously I try to
keep out of the shed, and now all are hatched a lot of time she's not sat on the nest. So we get
So are they all in focus? Which one did you center on?Good lord! Gravity seems to be malfunctioning at that spot.
Nice shot fohtohz.
thank's all :-)
In our shed. I had the light on to see if it would help my webcam, it looks down into the nest.Seven of our thrushes (six of them are being sat on by the mother here).Lovely! Is she nesting inside your house? There seems to be three light sources showing up in her eye and one looks like a fluorescent tube light.
So I guess one really should use a tripod with TS for optimal results. How would one work as a walkabout lens?
It works fine if you don't mind manual focus -- they're also a bit bulkier/heavier than non TS lenses. Shifts can also be done handheld and tilts for miniature effects too. It's when you need to precisely aline the focal plane with live view precisely that tripods are necessary.
Tilt-shifts can work fine without a tripod. I use the setting on my 5D3 that allows me to see leveling info in the viewfinder by pressing one of the AF buttons. Before I do that I verify focus using Live View. The following shots were taken with a TS hand held.OK, great to hear. They're nice shots.
JSC_2110_HDR.jpg by CalevPhoto, on Flickr
JSC_0562_HDR-Edit.jpg by CalevPhoto, on Flickr
Siena Gardens by CalevPhoto, on Flickr
Edward, duuh I guess I could have though of that. Fabulous shots on your web site.Click on image for full sizeFabulously sharp and great colours, I assume you had plenty of light. Would you mind sharing the EXIF data and which equipment you used please?
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If you click on the image it will open the images on my website.
All exif information is underneath the image.
Willets, Western variety, at Cherry Creek State Park:Great shots, I think the first two really do it for me. I think its the colours that I like, and thats spoilt a bit by the sand at the bottom of the third one. But please don't take that as criticism.
(See more full size images at my site)