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Feb 16, 2019 10:28:38   #
[quote=bajadreamer]
joer wrote:
When high resolution sensors came on the scene very few people spoke about the ability to make huge crops. Today it is more or less recognized.

You back that up with a nice picture with great fine feather detail. When shooting small birds, very difficult to "fill the frame" even if you shooting with the Hubble Space Telescope.


Thanks for looking and the comments.
 
Feb 16, 2019 09:35:23   #
J-SPEIGHT wrote:
Nice shot Joe.


Thank you Jack.
Feb 16, 2019 09:34:32   #
CLF wrote:
Joe, excellent set of photos. DDLs show excellent detail.

I have missed your posts for some time and I hope all is OK with you and your loved ones.

Greg


Thanks for your comments and concern. All is well in my universe.
Feb 16, 2019 05:58:48   #
rockdog wrote:
These are beautifully made photos Joe! Thanks for the set-up info and for sharing your exemplary work on UHH.
Phil


Thank you very much Phil.
Feb 15, 2019 21:44:22   #
Bmac wrote:
Image quality looks super here.


Thank you so much.
Feb 15, 2019 21:43:03   #
Einreb92 wrote:
These little guys are so fast. Hard to get shots like these! I’m thinking of getting a blind too.


You won't regret it. Thanks for the comments.
 
Feb 15, 2019 21:41:51   #
Richie G wrote:
All are great.


Thanks Richie.
Feb 15, 2019 14:12:24   #
Katydid wrote:
Picture-perfect, as they say!


Thank you Katy.
Feb 15, 2019 12:15:03   #
Earnest Botello wrote:
Very good set, Joe.


Thank you Earnest.
Feb 15, 2019 12:14:33   #
Blair Shaw Jr wrote:
All 3 of these are winners....very nice work


Thanks Blair.
Feb 15, 2019 10:44:08   #
SpyderJan wrote:
And the winner is: This is a great shot Joe. I shoot with a crop-sensor D500, and I have to do some serious cropping sometimes, but when the image is the same size on each sensor, no matter the size, The argument for a larger sensor is mute. The main reason I opted for a crop-sensor instead of full frame was so I could still use all of my lenses, and the FX lenses are more expensive, and I too have to live within a budget.


Thank you Jan. Yes we all have live within our means.
 
Feb 15, 2019 10:43:27   #
gessman wrote:
It works for me. With the ever increasing capabilities of software like denoise, detail enhancing, and especially, in this case, upsizing if needed, we're not bound by the same restrictions that were in place when full frame sensors hit the street in 2009 with 20 megapixels if we can get consistent results as good as this image and then effectively upsize if needed for printing larger. Not sure who'd want a 40x60 of a stinkin' sparrow, but...

The entire situation seems to have shifted in favor of what you're advocating here in this thread but there are those among us who want to keep moving the bar on one side of the equation as though the other parts of the equation haven't moved. It's almost like they're extra happy about getting the improvements on one side of the equation while refusing to accept that there's been perhaps even greater improvements on another side. Looks to me like you've made your point quite well.
It works for me. With the ever increasing capabil... (show quote)


Well said.
Feb 15, 2019 10:41:05   #
Paul J. Svetlik wrote:
Excellent results, Joe! Very enjoyable in download.
Also special thanks for the technical information.
Happy shooting!


Thank you Paul.
Feb 15, 2019 10:40:38   #
Richard HZ wrote:
Great shots! I like them all!


Thanks Richard.
Feb 15, 2019 10:40:02   #
merrytexan wrote:
Beautiful shots of a cute little favorite of mine, joe.


Thanks. They are little chatter boxes. I like them as well.
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