A goosy reply:
where there’s smoke there’s forum fire
A goosy reply:
Wow, this suddenly turned into a birding forum. A subject I love! I guess I have to roll with the times.
Nice Bird's guys. I hope to get a few ducks next fall when I've managed to get my hands on a good zoom. If I can figure out how to peice together a montage, I might have to post the goose that chased me just for laughs.
Here's one for a quick change of pace:
I love night shots. I think I might have gotten a little carried away with the exposure on this one, but I like the way the sign glows. I would have preferred the light on the building to be not quite so blown out.
Hope this works. This is my first attempt at posting a shot directly in forum. If it doesn't work just click here.
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Haven't done this yet, but here goes.
From my new Nikkor 50mm f1.8
Kinda average, but I like how soft everything is outside of the center.
That looks cool, but, what is it :) ?
Up, up and away
Here's another one from this weekend from my Micro-Nikkor 105mm f/4 AIS, which i think has been the largest supplier of pictures for me on this thread.
It is lovely :)
monty, adamz and tai
You'll always get my votes with bird shots!
willis, for a night shot, I'd have to say you did a really good job here. It's hard to balance the light in shots like this but I think you're exposure method really worked for you. I'd have screwed that all up lol
monty, the forest shot is just about perfect IMO
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art - finally some nice photo :P - was just waiting who is going to be the first one with this kind of photography; great composition great silhouette - as a male representative - we want more ;)
adamz, it is said that the size is sufficient when you can put a pen under it and it will stay there :P (I hope this comment isn't against any forum rules :D)
something inspired by art:
I'll try the embedding and jump into the birding with this one:
Nice shot of the Great Egret. They can be hard to expose well but you can still see much of the detail on the right wing. The left wing is a bit blown but that comes with the territory with these birds so overall it's a nice shot.
This is a (multiple) shot I have had done for a long while, but I haven't shown it off really because people started to judge me with it... They still do.
To see the larger size version of this, go to this link here http://seanneedhamphotography.com/english-panoramics.html and click on the third one down in the first column of preview images on the right hand side. (The full size is 15,000 x 4000px)
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To add a little intrigue, the inspiration for posting the previous picture came from an old English TV quiz show, "Animal, Vegetable, Mineral"
Would that be vegetable-wood and mineral-metal?
One more bird.
Nice white swan .. well this is a not so nice black one LOL
Been busy so have not been posting. anyway ..
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