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Jul 6, 2019 11:47:17   #
File>"EXPORT" as jpeg
Jul 5, 2019 09:48:43   #
Naptown Gaijin wrote:
Your sd card is probably too small for the size photo you are trying to shoot? Battery level on my GX-9 is shown by bars, not by number of shots remaining.

Naptown Gaijin,. You are correct, Shots remaining info has nothing to do with battery level. OP should make sure that he or she is using a SDHC card (4GB-32GB).
Jun 16, 2019 10:27:57   #
CWGordon wrote:
I was surprised that my guess of DKW’s was correct for the 1st 2 cars. I recognized the Isetta. Is the red car (#3) a Messerschmidt. That bubble canopy looks airplane-like, fueling my speculation. Thanks for showing us these “interpretations” of automobiles made in Germany during the fifties. Their ideas were fascinating concepts and show the ingenuity of people with needs for transportation, but little money for or availability of gasoline. Beating taxes was a great idea then and continues today.
I was surprised that my guess of DKW’s was correct... (show quote)

The red car is a Peel Trident made in England. Car #1 and #2 are Messerschmidt's. Car #4 is a BMW Isetta.
May 10, 2019 14:02:06   #
Let me know if I'm wrong with the ID. They are very hard to follow, but once they hear the shutter (or mirror) of the camera, they seem to freeze for a short time.



May 10, 2019 07:38:34   #
Great shot. I had the male in my backyard, but only for a short moment. I have to find out what food they like.
May 10, 2019 07:19:30   #
What a great shot of a beautiful bird.
May 9, 2019 20:22:12   #
hj wrote:
I'm not a bird fella, but those are super shots. Indulge my ignorance, what is he?

This is a male "Summer Tanager". They are more common in the southern States. I never saw one myself, until this one showed up in my back yard.
May 9, 2019 19:38:23   #
He didn't show up yesterday, and I thought he realized that he is way out of his range. (North of Chicago)
When I got home this afternoon he was sitting on our fence.



May 7, 2019 19:23:09   #
I don't like to take photos of birds on a feeder, but this Summer Tanager is an exception. Chicago seems to be out of their migration range, and I'm still 20 miles north of the city. Hopefully he will be here awhile.

Apr 26, 2019 08:06:15   #
ngrea wrote:
I shop at thrift stores for framed art. Frequently it has mats. I take the art out, touch up the frame and rarely pay more than $10. The hard part can be finding the perfect frame for a particular photo. But I have found that sometimes it is a surprise how photos and frames will go together. I keep a supply in my garage, especially simple/plain frames.

I do exactly the same. Our thrift store has an unlimited supply of unwanted art work. I also have 10-15 frames waiting for my images.
Apr 19, 2019 08:29:30   #
I import my GPS photos into Apple "Photos" library. On top of the image it will give you the location.
(Image is only a screen shot).

Apr 16, 2019 08:35:00   #
Download and zoom in on the head. 100% turkey vulture.
Apr 8, 2019 10:53:46   #
Golden-crowned Kinglet. Took the garbage containers to the curb this morning, and saw this very busy Kinglet in our tree looking for food.

Feb 12, 2019 12:17:09   #
Penguins eyes do not reflect light. I took about 200 images in South Georgia Island, none had any reflection in their eyes. You are lucky if you see the eye at all.
jeep_daddy wrote:
Neat looking birds. The only thing I'd try to do differently is get some kind of catch-light in the eyes of the penguins. In your image they look a little lifeless since you can't see the eyes.

Nov 29, 2018 08:27:38   #
The whites of the head are blown out. at least 1 to 1 1/2 stop over exposed
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