Cats will be cats.
Nice Sanj, the background looks like the Wildebeest lawn mowers have been through.
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Cats will be cats.
The lynx was pure luck. I was out to shoot moose when the lynx came. It has never happened before and I don´t believe I will experience that again, but I sure will try.
The wolfs are wild, but I had some expert help who led me to them. We were in a hideout, with the wind against us, so they did not spot us. There was a crack in the forest to our right and the alpha, which I assume the standing wolf was, jumped to his feet and by the next crack they were gone. Poor moose I guess, but great experience.
1DX 200-400mm 4L IS 1.4x at 560mm f5.6 1/800s
Most online subscription sellers do a test of the subscribers credit card about a month before the renewal date and send a warning e-mail if the credit card bounces. They realize that cards expire or are cancelled, its a normal happening in business.
If you receive the notice, just give them the new information.
I'm wondering if I can use a prepaid card with a account that has just the exact amount that is due to Adobe for a year. Then I don't have to worry about Adobe getting hacked, and I can deposit the proper amount when a renewal is due. My card number was stolen shortly before the Adobe announcement and I had to get a new one. Its happening more and more often.
If you want to drink the Kool aid, good for you. I will be using my CS6 for along time.
What will you do when CS7 comes along with features that would be really beneficial to you and/or your work?
I prefer the 100-400 IS L replacement instead of the 200-400 Extender, because it´s really a pain to travel with the 200-400 Extender. It´s to heavy.
I’m not too sure how many people would put down their 200-400′s for one of these
That Lioness looks p!ssed ... great shot.
Can you point me to this statement on Adobe's site? I read the FAQ and terms but couldn't find it. That would influence my decision, assuming my current LR3/CS5.5 cannot be installed on two computers (I've never tried - can they?).
Shot this Guy in the Serengeti, he was probably the only Cheetah I've found that was really easy to Focus on, still, just in case, I shot him/Her @ 1/800th, you never know with Cheetahs.
1Dx 200-400f/4, 400mm f/4.5 1/800th ISO 400
Cheetah IS version 2?