eenymac

eenymac

Lives in United Kingdom Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
Works as a Security Systems Manager
Joined on Jan 12, 2009

eenymac's recent activity

  • I remember seeing some film several years ago where a guy jumped out of a hot air balloon and was free falling.  A few seconds later they released the Peregrine, which not only caught up with him ...
  • Great shot of this magnificent bird. :) We have them here in the town, nesting on a tall building.  I have seen them before launching off the top of my apartment building and flying off like a ...
  • Thank Yoy Greyser! :) Ian.
  • Thank you. I have been to the local forest just before first light a few times and it's full of owls all calling, but have yet to see one!  We are lucky that we get the Short Eared Owls wintering ...
  • I had a good look through the other posts as well, all superb shots and some really exotic species.  Muct have been a bit of a challenge manual focusing, unless they all stayed still for a couple ...
  • Thank you! Ian.
  • Hi Anthony Yes, for a change, the light was fantastic and I was in the open with direct sunlight from the right side. However, I thought I was set to F8.  I think as I was wearing gloves I must ...
  • I find any noise cleans up easily enough either via LR, or PS Elements and Topaz DeNoise.  Noise suppression, either in camera or via post processing is always very good.  My K5IIs was, I think, ...
  • Hi MountnMan Due to the waiting around for them to appear, I decided to use the tripod instead of getting achy arms.  Easier too when using it with the big lens AND the TC. :) I was using a USER ...
  • Thanks! They don't miss a thing with that stare! Ian
  • Thanks Tom The eyes of these birds are amazing and stand out like little beacons from quite a distance. Ian
  • Some really stunning birds in these recent posts and nicely shot too. That Samyang 135mm does look like a very good lens indeed looking at these shots. Ian.
  • Replied in Drongo .
    Thanks for sharing, I like that shot of the single one.  It's quite a majestic looking bird. Ian.
  • Created discussion thread Short Eared Owl
    Forecast was for a frosty and sunny start to the day, so after getting the first couple of early morning meetings out the way I headed off to a local nature reserve to look for the Short Eared Owls. ...
  • Replied in Robin.
    Lovely! Full of character and cocky too, I love Robins! :) Ian.
  • Thank you Arijit. The Kingfishers have been doing very well the last few years that I have been watching them and numbers in the area are very good.  I know several local spots where I can now go ...
  • Thanks Ron That D-FA 150-450mm lens is really a cracker for the wildlife stuff. Ian.
  • Working as part of a global team, I work funny hours, but always was an early riser.  It's the best part of the day to be out, especially summer. :) Ian.
  • Thank you. :) Ian
  • Replied in Sentinel
    Great set. Love those piercing eyes of the Owls! :) Ian.
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