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Discussion in 'Birds' started by nfoto, Aug 14, 2005.
... captured with my D2X @800 ISO and a 2000 mm lens. So be it.
I love the diffused qualities of this shot, is this the 2000mm Reflex lens?
Reflex Nikkor 1000 + TC-301 = 2000 mm.
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OK I'm curious, have you ever tried the 2000mm relfex? And if ýes what did you think of it?
Bjorn, that is a pretty interesting shot you have there. 2000mm is longer than most of us will ever shoot.
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Well looks like a swanny trying to get away from that bazooka staring at him..
Are you sure that is the hubble telescope. I had claims on that you know.
Thanks for sharing.
They don't show donuts at infinity, and I suspect your targets are pretty close to that far away Paul. Hypered film is nice stuff. I've always wanted to shoot b&w through an old Schmitt. Maybe like the 48". Those make the most lovely images of star fields that I have ever seen.
Bjorn I have the utmost respect for you & your work, but
that pic is just plain wierd. I don't get it. Where's the bird? As "Shultz" from Hogan's Heros would say: "I SEE NO--THING!"
As I strive to capture sharp pics of birdies, I find this example rather refreshing! Very clever Bjørn!
A straight-forward approach may or may not work for a given application. In this case, with this Mute Swan, I secured a few shots of the nestlings and their watchful mother cruising close by, then went off to do more entertaining stuff. I'm in the process of collecting material for a joint photo/rock presentation later this Autumn and there I need more "fleeting" images.
So many clever people can do all these amazing tack-sharp shots of birds and I won't interfere with their endeavours. I have my way and let them have theirs.
ok, Bjorn, I went back and looked again...
and now I finallly see the Swan! Dunno why I didn't spot it the 1st time! :? It is, well, different.