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Postby ray barlow » Sun 30 Nov 2008 22:58

here are a few images, (all wild birds) that I have taken over the last few months.


1 female long-tailed duck
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2 kestrel falcon
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3 red-tailed hawk
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4 mute swan
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5 northern flicker
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Re: recent images.

Postby Guy Van Hooveld » Sun 30 Nov 2008 23:30

wow... very impressive

can you tell us some more about the lenses used, special settings...
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Re: recent images.

Postby BNikolai » Mon 1 Dec 2008 14:35

can you tell us about your equipment and the patience you must have to get such pictures with moving animals?
everything is frozen, you use very fast shuttertimes, sometimes I love to see some mouvements in such pictures, she said a little jealous.
perfect pictures and the places of the anaimals are choosen very well and make this photo's not only registrations.
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Re: recent images.

Postby ray barlow » Tue 2 Dec 2008 03:06

thanks for the nice comments! I could write a book on all the techniques I use for bird imaging, but I have so much to learn before I do.

There is no really magic to it, just practice and tenacity.

I use the D300 and 200-400 VR for most of my shooting. please feel free to browse almost 4000 images on my website, and the techs are noted below each image. Unfortunatey, many people get too caught up in the specifics of equipment, and setting... it is about timing, point of view, light, and creativity.
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Re: recent images.

Postby Lil Judd » Sat 6 Dec 2008 07:31

Ray,

another wonderful series & you forgot one ingredient.....The most important one if you ask me....

Luck.

Without luck...... well I think luck is so much of it.

Lil :-)
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Re: recent images.

Postby Guy Van Hooveld » Mon 8 Dec 2008 23:35

really wonderful series.... #4 is my favorite
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Re: recent images.

Postby ray barlow » Wed 10 Dec 2008 00:03

thanks for the nice comments.
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