Your best animal shots!

RS2021

EOS 7D MK II
Aug 19, 2012
718
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Frodosbigtoe said:
To get us moooooving... ;D
Going forward, just to help someone from having to dig through Exif info of the pics posted, please include basic info like what lens was used and the aperture at the minimum and if appropriate for the shot, the shutter speed and iso would be nice.
 

Octavian

EOS M50
Jan 31, 2012
41
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Love the cow!

Heres 2 of my only 4 animal shots in total.

Canon 5d mkiii with canon ef 135mm f/2 @ f2 iso 4000 1/50



Canon 5d mkiii with canon ef 135mm f/2 @ f2.2 iso 2000 1/80




Nick
 

Frodosbigtoe

EOS M50
Dec 27, 2012
30
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Ray2021 said:
Frodosbigtoe said:
To get us moooooving... ;D
Going forward, just to help someone from having to dig through Exif info of the pics posted, please include basic info like what lens was used and the aperture at the minimum and if appropriate for the shot, the shutter speed and iso would be nice.
Eh, if someone wants to know they can ask and I'll tell them.
 
Hi all-

First post- I've been reading the forums for a few weeks, just registered to post this, when I saw this thread. I recently acquired my 2nd DSLR setup (after losing my XTi and lenses to a whitewater kayaking accident), and consider myself an enthusiastic amateur. So, introductions and IQ apologies aside... technically, this is not great. Nighttime, on-camera flash, very casual setting, haven't done anything in post (yet, but I want to play with it). But the moment was priceless....

This is Stella, the sweetest border collie I've ever met, playing with a mouse (who escaped the encounter completely unharmed)

EXIF: 7D, EF 28-70 f/3.5-4.5 II (date code placing it from March, 1989), 1/30 sec, f/4.5, @64mm, ISO 800
 

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serendipidy

EOR R
May 7, 2012
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Frodosbigtoe said:
Ray2021 said:
Frodosbigtoe said:
To get us moooooving... ;D
Going forward, just to help someone from having to dig through Exif info of the pics posted, please include basic info like what lens was used and the aperture at the minimum and if appropriate for the shot, the shutter speed and iso would be nice.
Eh, if someone wants to know they can ask and I'll tell them.
Nice cow shot...I was wondering what did you use to capture that and also for PP..any use of HDR? Thanks for any reply. I really enjoy your work. :)
 

Octavian

EOS M50
Jan 31, 2012
41
0
??? ???
Er Tom.... what sort of neighbourhood do you live in??

Is that Tiger just meandering down a footpath in the middle of an urban environment???? :eek:

Nick
 

Kernuak

EOS 6D MK II
Here's a selection.

5D MkII, 100mm macro.

Common Toadlet on Mossy Rock by Kernuak (avalonlightphotoart.co.uk), on Flickr

7D, 100-400mm @ 400mm.

Kingfisher Between the Leaves by Kernuak (avalonlightphotoart.co.uk), on Flickr

7D, 300mm f/2.8 IS.

Male Great Spotted Woodpecker Feeding. by Kernuak (avalonlightphotoart.co.uk), on Flickr

7D, 300mm f/2.8 IS + 1.4x extender

Reindeer Grazing by Kernuak (avalonlightphotoart.co.uk), on Flickr

7D, 300mm f/2.8 IS + 1.4x extender

Rock Pipit at the Waterline by Kernuak (avalonlightphotoart.co.uk), on Flickr
 
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serendipidy

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May 7, 2012
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Octavian said:
??? ???
Er Tom.... what sort of neighbourhood do you live in??

Is that Tiger just meandering down a footpath in the middle of an urban environment???? :eek:

Nick
+1...exactly what I was thinking ;) Then I thought...maybe Tom works for a circus and brings his work home ;D
 

rpt

EOS 5D MK IV
Mar 7, 2012
2,749
9
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serendipidy said:
Octavian said:
??? ???
Er Tom.... what sort of neighbourhood do you live in??

Is that Tiger just meandering down a footpath in the middle of an urban environment???? :eek:

Nick
+1...exactly what I was thinking ;) Then I thought...maybe Tom works for a circus and brings his work home ;D
Not to worry - that is Richard Parker. So you know who Tom is... ;)