taken with a 100-400 + 1.4x TC earlier this morning. Image cropped from the center of the frame.
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THanks ALan and Click.Mmm, Mmm, that's a beautiful image Dolina!
Spotted Wood Kingfisher (Actenoides lindsayi) by alabang, on Flickr
The Spotted Wood Kingfisher (Actenoides lindsayi) is a species of bird in the Alcedinidae family. It is endemic to the Philippines.
Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests.
Nice reflection Steven! The hawks were pretty cool too.What a beautifully sharp image ERHP and very nice contrast... Definitely a "feel good" image!
Not a lot of 'new' happening this last weekend but after my 60 hour week I finally got around to going through Sunday's shots and the posing Western Scrub Jay.
Now if only I could have gotten this close to the fairly rare(for SoCal) Lewis's Woodpecker I found.
Every once in a while one needs to change perspective. I've been concentrating on raptors all fall. Today, one of my favorite raptor hunting grounds was a total bust. So, I wound up waiting by the bank of a stream for nearly an hour until the local songbird population decided to ignore me. I was rewarded with this shot of a Song Sparrow.Very nice Steven, especially with that challenging lighting!
5Diii, 400 DO, ISO 800, f6.3 @ 1/320, hand held.
Absolutely lovely my friend! Very nice Portrait indeed!
Red-bellied Pitta (Erythropitta erythrogaster) by alabang, on Flickr
The Red-bellied Pitta (Erythropitta erythrogaster) is a species of bird in the Pittidae family. It is found in Australia, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, and the Philippines. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests.
One of many raptors that I saw and photographed this past Sunday. Dark morph Red-tailed Hawk, shot with 5Diii, 400DO, ISO 400, M setting.Excellent Steven, Thanks for sharing!
Sharing one of my most recent sunset shots, too. I applied 1 degree of tilt downwards to alter the plane of focus and another 3 degrees shift to straighten the terminal structures on the horizon.Awesome!
Canon EOS 5D Mark III ı Canon TS-E24mm f/3.5L II ı Singh Ray LB Warming Polarizer ı Singh Ray 0.9 Reverse ND Grad Filter ı 24mm ı 25s ı f/16 ı ISO 100
Finale by shutterwideshut on Flickr
Hello CR!Love it!
First post, a shot I've been planning and waiting for! Hope you enjoy.
Canon 5D ii 20mm (17-40) 5 vertical stitched images ISO 160 F14
Okay Tommy, you're frustrating me a bit with this post...
Ullswater Sunset, round the corner from sharrow bay by TomScottPhoto, on Flickr
Sunset over Blencathra, while farmer works in field. Shot from Troutbeck by TomScottPhoto, on Flickr
Sunset over Blencathra from Troutbeck by TomScottPhoto, on Flickr
Sunset Silhouette over Blencathra by TomScottPhoto, on Flickr
Sunset over Blencathra by TomScottPhoto, on Flickr
Agreed, I don't use it as much as I used to either. I do update it with each new SW update they have and it slowly gets better and better... it's consistently reliable if nothing else!Sunrise shining onto low cloud at Seathwaite Bridge, Borrowdale in the English Lake District.Nice one Sporgon! That little 24-105mm does have a way of pulling out the subtle colors!
5D, 24-105 @24mm
Thanks Ken. You're quite right about the colour of the 24-105. ( The 24-70 f4 IS is the same ). There is no photoshop in that image, it is entirely processed from the RAW in DPP, a program which having ignored for years I'm now beginning to have some respect for - within the limits of what it can do of course.
Could be but it sure seems like something a FW update could alter... I'd like the center red focus in all cases pretty much, not just AI Servo. It's just that I shoot there so much!I'd still like a RED focus point in AI Servo!+1 on this, too, but I'm guessing there is a hardware limitation that prevented them from including it in the next-to-last firmware update.
70-200 2.8 IIExcellent perspective Menace!
One I took today. Hope you enjoy.I do! Very sharp!