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Give Us The Bird Part Deux

Discussion in 'Wildlife-Nature' started by ronsxpro, Dec 4, 2018.

  1. ronsxpro

    ronsxpro Premium Member

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    Same as the last one any bird any camera and lens. Starting off with a Stellar's Jay taken with Fuji X-T1 and 100-400+1.4X TC @ 800 F8.

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    Nice picture, bird and colors.
    I like the way it places his feathers and its attitude.
     
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    I haven't done much bird photography, but I have a few. This ones on a hand, and recent from the past weekend X-Pro2 35 1.4
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    Canon 7D2, 100-400
    1/200s, f/5.6, ISO 800

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    I guess someone has to be the one to follow up that photo...and by that I mean be the next one down. Here's an ibis from yesterday. For me the eyes have it. If only he were a few feet closer. Crop from a larger image. Handheld xt2 100-400. ISO200. ibis and green.jpg
     
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    Beautiful bird.
     
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    GBH fishing in the lake across the street from my house, he was having no luck same as I was fishing.

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    Canon 7D MK2, 100-400
    1/1250s, f/5.6, ISO 500 at 300mm
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    Wow, those are some incredible photos! This one is not so impressive, but it did take
    a while to track one of these Wrentits down with manual focus. (Lost a fair bit of resolution lost in the upload. Any suggestions?)
    X-T20, Rokinon 135mm F2.

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    Burrowing Owl. Canon D60. Forgot the lens but this owl had burrowed into a berm along a driveway and I just pulled my car in, rolled down the window and photographed it probably with a short tele zoom. Other than dirty looks the owl was undisturbed by my presence.
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