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Discussion in 'Birds' started by mao ouyang, Aug 6, 2008.
Shot in Alberta this past week-end.
Thanks for looking.
Wow... tack sharp images. Very nice. What glass/body combo did you use?
Blasphemy!!! He used the Canon EOS 1Ds MkIII. and apparently some pretty heavy glass as well since the focal length was 800mm.:biggrin::tongue:
Nice series BTW
Those are Magnificent Grasshopper, Your Skills with a Camera is only exceeded by your Eye for capturing Beauty.
These are in-flight real beauties, Mao. The head is sharp even if it's dark for AF. Your tracking skill is excellent.
Shoot Mao, I would really like to see these, but I get broken links. Should they still be there?
Well, now I do see them. Very nice captures.
Mao, I agree with Rose!
All stunners, Mao!
You should be proud!
awesome buddy, the second shot is killer.
Thanks Maji. It was as Medic said, a 1DsMKIII with the Canon 800 mm. My longest Nikkor lens I had that day was the 300 mm. F2.8 on a D3 which would have turned out to be a large crop.
:biggrin: Exifs left on! Thanks.
Thanks Gary. Had a whirlwind tour this past week-end.
Thanks Juong. Panning was essential too as the shutter speed in the morning light was 1/800, I think.
Thanks Frank. Not sure why the link was broken.
Thanks Virginia. Had a great time just being there.
i like these.... a lot
Great series. They are all great, but #2 is fantastic!
The second shot is stunning. Well done.
some of the finest photographs I've ever seen EVER!
I think you need to take a break from photography...you're getting too good.
Beautiful work Mao!
I like the 2nd and 3rd best.
Great set Mao!
Is the loon dragging it's feet in #2? I've never seen that in other birds.
WOw Mao that third shot is just friggin incredible.. Can I say that here if not opps sorry.
Well done I know in the first shot how the AF could easily get fooled with the dark trees as background, you held the focus very well. Again a wonderful set of images
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