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Vogels in vlucht met D800e and 28-300AF-S VR

Postby StanyB » Sun 21 Jul 2013 14:43

Vogels in vlucht met een 28-300 AF-S VR kan een beetje vreemd klinken maar het lukte beter dan verwacht.
Ik verkies deze polyvalente en relatief lichte lens boven zware specifieke lenzen voor op reis.

Deze topic is verwant met:
:arrow: Birds (in flight) with D800e and 28-300 AF-S VR and :arrow: Falconeria Locarno 2013, but with more pictures.


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Re: BIF with D800e and 28-300AF-S VR

Postby Steve Bingham » Sun 21 Jul 2013 19:05

Wow. I especially love 4 and 5. Very artistic and dynamic. On the eagle shot it would be a simple matter to clone out the ID band. Maybe later? :shock:
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Re: BIF with D800e and 28-300AF-S VR

Postby StanyB » Mon 29 Jul 2013 10:24

Steve Bingham wrote:Wow. I especially love 4 and 5. Very artistic and dynamic. On the eagle shot it would be a simple matter to clone out the ID band. Maybe later? :shock:

Thanks Steve!
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One more BIF with D800e and 28-300AF-S VR

Postby StanyB » Mon 12 Aug 2013 20:57

One more from the same shoot, D800e and 28-300 AF-S.
Iso 1600, 300mm, 1/3200 sec and F5.6.

I was trying panning this fast flying bird, which gives a strange background/bokeh

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Re: BIF with D800e and 28-300AF-S VR

Postby Steve Bingham » Tue 13 Aug 2013 05:55

The last one isn't sharp, Stany. But that's according to my extremely critical eye. Most would love it.
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Re: BIF with D800e and 28-300AF-S VR

Postby StanyB » Tue 13 Aug 2013 21:35

Steve Bingham wrote:The last one isn't sharp, Stany. But that's according to my extremely critical eye. Most would love it.

Hi Steve,
Thanks for your positive critical comments.
You're totally right about this one being the least sharp. The bird was flying fast which obliged panning and the AF of this lens couldn't keep up I guess.
But I like the picture...

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Re: BIF with D800e and 28-300AF-S VR

Postby JPBajerski » Wed 8 Jan 2014 19:27

Cher Stany,
Vos faucons sont hallucinants de piqué!
Vous faites plus léger quasiment aussi bien qu'avec un 70-200, 2,8...
Bravo!
J'ai moi-même un D800+28-300 et je l'ai utilisé en Antarctique...
J'avais aussi le D3s+14-24!
Mais le tout était trop lourd! 'too heavy'!
Bien à vous
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Re: BIF with D800e and 28-300AF-S VR

Postby Gino » Thu 9 Jan 2014 15:40

Nice series but for me number 1, number 5 and number 11 stand out from the rest.

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Re: BIF with D800e and 28-300AF-S VR

Postby Gilbert » Wed 22 Jan 2014 08:16

Impressive shots!
Well done Stany.
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Re: BIF with D800e and 28-300AF-S VR

Postby StanyB » Thu 24 Apr 2014 12:55

Thanks Jean-Piere, Gino and Gilbert!
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