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Discussion in 'Birds' started by davidwcramer, May 2, 2007.
Finally getting around to the last few hundred shots from my Triple D shoot! Hope you like em.
two more words;
David, these are over the top, stunning.
Oh my, these are gorgeous David!
I can't type what I said outloud when I saw these but my goodness. These are just too good! WOW!
Am I seeing this correctly, the first image was taken at ISO 3200?
Unbelievable! They are all amazing. That must have been one fantastic trip!
These are truly stunning!
I missed the other posts, what is Triple D?
incredible I HAVE to go there will be googling it in a few minutes
Geez, David - spectacular!
I hope you'll share some of your secrets with me out in Los Alamos next month.
Outrageous David. Absolutely outrageous. Wow!
Thanks Jim. It's well worth a trip!
Much appreciated Bob.
I'm glad you like them Louie. Hope all is well.
Thanks Frits. They are gorgeous animals to begin with.
Much appreciated Andy. The iso was 320, and ev was 0.00. I probably don't have my Ditto set up correctly!
It was a great trip. I'll be back. Thanks for your comments.
Here's the link on Triple D. It's a game farm, run by Jay Deist for many years. He's a great guy, and his handlers are wonderful with the animals. I attended one of their Utah shoots.
Link is above, Mike. But I bet you already found it. I'll be going back there, hopefully for a winter shoot.
Thanks Eric. Look forward to meeting you next month.
Much appreciated Hunter!
wow Dave. Great wildlife series especially #1.
These are plain hot!!! All of them!!! I love the isolation with the Cougar, that is my favorite!!! Perfect as far as Im concerned!!
man well done
jaw dropping for me. Thnxs for sharing
Thanks Mike. In case you missed the earlier post, here he is a split second later.
Thanks Andreas. I like the tension in the moment.
Oh My! David, these are just outstanding! The first one is NG material. I've been staring at these for 10-minutes. Excellent!!!!!
WOW! I just saw the second post. Now THAT definitely needs to be sent to NG. It blew me away!