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Discussion in 'Birds' started by raymond j barlow, Sep 28, 2008.

  1. sorry about all the captive stuff lately, I am going to back off of all that., here are some recent wildlife images... and I got into some fun with a red-tailed today, but no time to edit them just yet.

    1 some kind of warbler??
    NIKON D300    ---    400mm    f/4.5    1/125s    ISO 200

    NIKON D300    ---    400mm    f/4.5    1/125s    ISO 200

    NIKON D300    ---    360mm    f/5.0    1/800s    ISO 200


    5 how good / bad is this?? scale of 1-10 1 being junk!
    NIKON D300    ---    400mm    f/8.0    1/500s    ISO 200

    6 flutter bird
    NIKON D300    ---    400mm    f/6.3    1/1250s    ISO 250

    NIKON D300    ---    400mm    f/4.0    1/1000s    ISO 250

    NIKON D300    ---    460mm    f/5.6    1/250s    ISO 250

    NIKON D300    ---    550mm    f/5.6    1/500s    ISO 250

    thanks for looking!!

    have a good week.
  2. Stuning Raymond, an excellent job.
  3. Nice series you have here Ray. Well done.
  4. Great stuff,Ray. It's hard to pick which one I like best
    but I go with #3,4 for its nice soft lighting.
    Thanks for sharing.
  5. Great series Ray!!!! LOve the flicker with the flowers on the stump, breaks out of the ordinary!
  6. Great set Ray very nice.

  7. Beautiful shots Ray! Love the first shot.
  8. thanks everyone for the nice comments.
  9. As usual, a great series from you. I think No. 5 is pretty good as an environmental portrait... really tells you about the habitat of the subject very well.
  10. cre8foru


    Dec 1, 2007
    Atlanta GA
    Great shots Ray. Number 1 is an immature Common Yellowthroat, which is a Warbler so you were right. I love the Flicker photos.
  11. Caleb


    May 28, 2008
    New York
    Wow, those are all incredible, the colors are fantastic. I'll give #5 a 10.

  12. thanks Maji, I appreciate your comments!

    Thanks Richard, I have found out also, it is a Male., hope he heads south soon.

    Wow, A 10! My best number would be a 6, but thanks for the encouragement.
  13. I like the wild stuff too.
    Fine set Ray!
  14. The flicker shot is soooooo good Ray. Love that light!
  15. Holmes


    Oct 28, 2006
    Wyoming, USA
    Wonderful set! I very much like the environmental perspective of #5.
  16. sjlarue


    Nov 18, 2007
    Great set Ray, I like the catbird. and the flickers.
  17. Beautifully done Ray..as usual.
    Quick question where were the "captive" raptors located. Is this someplace anyone can go to photograph?
  18. thanks very much Fred!

    thanks buddy, your recent falcon shots are amazing.

    thanks Holmes., I like the environment shots a lot, but they are not easy to come by.


    Thanks Bob.. these birds are in cages most of the time, but I pay them to bring them out for everyone to see and shoot. More info on my website., cold up there yet?
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