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Looks more like his nostril hair to me
Great shot, seems somehow to remind me of Marvin.Great Grey OwlFor some reason that owl reminds me of "Gandalf the Grey" (from Lord of the Rings) ... Man that owl has so much character ... superb image ... Great job.
Hi, I want to post a pic and try to use the attachment function - but I have no success. The file is 1,3 mb and a jpeg format. I want to upload it from my HDD. But it failed all the time.
In the browser address I have this: http://www.canonrumors.com/forum/index.php?action=post2;start=45;board=70
and then I can wait for a lot of time and the screen is only white.
I havn`t found any helpdesk for my problem and I also don`t know how to reach an administrator to help me.
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I had asked a while ago for advice on photographing Chickadees. I got lots of useful advice on setting up blinds, use of long lenses, remote triggers, etc. It turns out that what I needed was a pocket full of sunflower seeds.Hi, I've managed it with Blue Tits, Great Tits, Thrushes and I'm now working on a Robin.
Taken with a 60D, 100L macro lens, ISO320....while using the camera one handed This is the full picture, no cropping.
Not a particularly well lit (against the sun) or sharp shot. And he's a long way off. Saw this guy in our garden about a week ago looking very bloody, today he does look somewhat better. Obviously something got him. But I think he's going to survive.
I think what got your bird was avian pox.
I'm not sure if heavy is the cause of my "injury" but i'm sure it played some part since i started photography.I'm not a doctor, but I have had 4 slipped discs, 2 have been operated on. Only one thing helps, and obviously there are caveats as to how bad you damage is already, but get a good phsical fitness trainer, learn and do the correct exercises 2-3 times a week. And go swimming regularly if you can. And learn how to lift correctly.
Recently, i've been having severe back pains and finally went to a doctor for an MRU and founf out that i have some disc and nerve damage and i now have to lay off heavy lifting of surgery to fix the problem…
I go out weekly for shoots and i carry everything in a backpack.
Basically my 5D3, couple of lenses, flash, accessories etc..the bag does get pretty heavy and i bring the same gears out every weekend for a couple of hours for shoots. So MAYBE that isn't such a good idea..i've since bought a trolley and put every on it since i can no longer lift the bag without pain…My next worry now is…how am i going to travel and not carry a bag..hmmm..
if the original RAW file was available, with a bit more time spent on PP, I think a lot more detail/sharpness could be achieved.Hi, so please tell me what else you woul do apart from sharpening to bring out more detail?
Whoa...sorry about that...but this NOT my photo. I would have given attribution but I have found at least four sites/photographers claiming the photo as theirs. Near as I can tell the real photographer is Alan Friedman.Yep, a Fine Art print of it costs 950$. I'm hoping its possible to get a poster of it maybe?
Doesn't look real to me. Here is one of venus transiting the sun in the summer. FWIW...none of us will see this happen again. Its not do to occur again in our lifetimes.
Pity, but I know that I probably wouldn't appreciate the Lakes at all if I had grown up there. We mainly hang around the Chapel Stile, Coniston, Langdale area as we dont need the car as much then. But last year we did the Newlands Valley horseshoe, I'm now 57, I wish I'd tried these things when I was younger.........
When I was a lad in the Lakes I spent virtually all my waking hours on the lake, ( Windermere ) and very rarely went to Keswick or Derwent Water, which in hind sight was a shame as Borrowdale and the lakes and hills around it are really stunning. So no, I've never seen that view from the Keswick end.
Here's a shot that I took recently from the other side of the lake looking towards where tomscott must have taken his picture from.