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Discussion in 'Birds' started by JerseyJay, Jun 10, 2005.
Few more pictures from recent visit to Bronx Zoo
Nice series, Jay! You must have been able to get close to that eagle to get that shot with the 70-200.
Thanks for your feedback. Yes I was. Those are from the Zoo so most of the animals are locked in the cages and people are fairly close to those cages.
Excellent shots Jay. You did a very good job of holding the highlights on that Scarlett Ibis. Not an easy task.
Thanks for your feedback. I was very pleased with this session. I would love to get a bigger lens to get even close but 70-200 performed like a champ !
I like the third from the last...side view of in-flight bird.
Sort of surreal effect with flash.
The shadow is nicely and softly feathered. Was it SB800 and diffuser or what?
SB800 was used with omnibounce. I was pleased with the shadows as well.
Very nice series indeed, fantastic. Great job Jay, I also love that tern side shot.
Thanks for your feedback.
Great shots Jay! I was in a similar position, except I had too much length. In a stupid moment, I brilliantly decided to leave the 80-200mm behind and bring the 300mm since it was a warm day. Lugging around 2 big lenses, monopod and the bag wasn't going to be much fun. Next time I will recruit the girlfriend to carry one of the lenses.
Here are a couple of my shots, rather mediocre I think...
(I hope this image link works, first time)
Nice pictures. 200mm was great but I wouldn't complain about 300mm
Check Bronx Zoo Part 1 topic. I think it felt couple pages down already.
Nice shots Jay. Havent been to the Bronx Zoo in decades. Was a favorite place of mine.
Did you live in NYC ?
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