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Bagged a Bullock's Oriole by my house!
Such a pretty bird! Just before dark...ISO 1600, SS 1/25th, F 6.9 at full zoom again nearly 750MM equivalent on my canon SX 700 pocket cameras. but I was on my tripod when I spotted this bright Orange spot zipping around in the trees! I been wanting to get a picture of this bird for a few weeks now. Not the greatest quality but I got him! I really enjoyed this Summer evening on my official/legal Birthday!
Plus this Black Headed Grosbeak juvenile male as a freebie at my feeders! A couple pairs the these just arrived. And I am not going to mention a NEW bird for me a Western Kingbird! A pair (actually 3 pairs!) seem to be nesting close by my house next to the pond. No real decent pic of them but see my other new thread asking to verify the accuracy of my ID! .
"Cruisin' to the Malt Shop" - Royal Caribbean Liberty of the Seas
Taken at daybreak while most passengers were sleeping.
Canon 7DMkII, EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM @ 10mm, f/11, 1.6 sec, ISO 100.
"Yankee Lady", Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress at the Wings Over Gaylord northern Michigan airshow.
Canon 100 - 400MM version I lens vs the Tamron 150 - 600MM new version lens??????
I am debating about selling my older Canon lens for the new version of the TAMRON | SP 150-600mm F/5-6.3 Di VC USD G2 lens. I figure I could sell the cannon lens that would pay for a good part of the Tamron (best price found on net is 920) lens. My question is have any of you guys made this switch and if so what are your thoughts on this or regrets? I know the aperture range is a bit better on the Canon lens. The only other choice would be to sell the canon lens and buy the newer version but would need to cough up another 1K that I really do not have. I did not want to make the switch until I get some additional info on this. Thanks!
I love this photo of all six Thunderbirds screaming skyward in their General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcons.
An Eastern Shore carwash.
These are everywhere. BYOBB.(bring your own bikinied babe.
Summer Camp in the Deep South
Camping in January (summertime) on the Antarctic Peninsula.
Sundown and the beginning of a 4-hour night.
Nikon D7100, Nikkor 18-300 (50 mm), 1/640 sec.
Respectable in the download.
D850 Photo Stacking - Software
I love this site, lots to learn from you all.
I just got my D850. My question is about a suitable programme for stacking the Focus Shift images into one.
I currently use DXO Photolab and love it, I also have Corel Paintshop Pro 2018 and use it very seldom.
My question is what is a good software for stacking landscape images which I take with the D850.
Can you use the Raw files to create a new raw file and then be able to further process afterwards using the DXO software. I am not sure if you need to process all the Raw files first then use the Jpegs in the stacker program. I tend to process my Raw files using the DXO and love the changes I can make to end up with a great looking photo. I am concerned that once you stack Raw images you wont be able to process to the same degree.?
Any clarification would be appreciated.
Sunset over our ski hill
I took this in between innings of a Blue Jays game from an upstairs bedroom at our house. We've
had some rather nasty weather around here lately, the northern part of BC is starting to burn up
but we've been kinda wet.
Light snow on the peaks of the ski hill, that's a good start for summer!
In between every 1/2 inning I'd go up and check, got what I think are some pretty good ones.
Portraits of My Granddaughter at High ISO, High Speed and Long Distance
These were taken this afternoon of my 6 year old granddaughter at gymnastics camp with at 1/500 f5.6 ISO 18,000 and 14,400 with my D7200 at 270mm and 300mm. Another example that candids of kids sometimes make the best portraits. I added #4 just for fun to show one of her signature dismounts. Enjoy!
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