Lives in Canada Ottawa, Ontario., Canada
Has a website at http://www.pbase.com/golfpic
Joined on Nov 14, 2001
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10-22 EF-S wide angle
17-55 2.8 IS
18-55 EF-S
28-135 IS
50 1.8 II
85 1.8
100 2.8 USM Macro
200 2.8L
135 2.8 SF
70-200L f4
70-200 2.8L
75-300 IS
100-400L IS
400 5.6L
500 f4 II IS

30 1.4

Canon TC II 1.4x and TC II 2.0x
Canon TC III 1.4x
Tamron TC 1.4x (2) and TC 2.0x
Kenko 3 piece Tube set
Canon 500D

Canon 40D, 300D, 30D, S400, SD700 IS, G2, G7
Fuji F30
Panasonic LX-7
Panasonic FZ200

Canon 420ex Flash
Canon 580ex Flash
Canon 580ex II Flash
Canon CP-E3 Battery Pack
Better Beamer
HyperDrive Colour Space 160GB
Hyperdrive 80GB
Spyder ColorVision monitor calibration tool
Various RainJackets
Hoya Pro-1 filters
Moose Warm Polarizer
Hoya Polarizer
Tiffen Yellow/Blue polarizer
Graduated ND filters
More bags than anyone should have
Sekonic L-358 light meter

Kwik Camo blind
Ameristep Outhouse blind
Amersitep Doghouse blind
Ameristep Chair blind

Gitzo 3530 LSV 6x carbon fibre tripod
Gitzo Traveler carbon fibre monopod
Gitzo Leveling Base
Markins M20 ballhead

Adobe Photoshop CS2
Adobe Photoshop CS3
Adobe Photoshop CS5
Adobe Photoshop CS6
Adobe Elements 2.0

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  • Replied in Speedy
    Limburger wrote: Very nice. As an opposition to BIF we now got RIF (assuming it to be a rabbit). Thanks Mike.  They actually call them hares but they look like rabbits.  The snowshoe hares get...
  • Replied in Amazing...
    Thanks Imre. While I really like the 40D, I personally wouldn't go back to the 30D. I still have the 30D but I never or at least rarely use it. The smaller LCD is harder on the eyes after...
  • Created discussions Speedy
    While I await the 7D replacement (didn't think the wait would have been this long) I must be content with the 40D's ai-servo. It isn't the best but with a little luck and being in the right...
  • If the rumor fits the bill its gonna be an expensive piece of equipment. The 100x zoom would undoubtly require quite a large diameter frontlens to keep it relatively fast in terms of aperture. I...
  • Created discussions SX-60. Oh I can't wait.
    Just checking one of the rumour sites and it looks hopeful the Powershot S60 may be announced. Can't wait to see how Canon will pull off a 100x zoom and maintain image quality etc. I am ready to...
  • Fish Chris wrote: A wild hare, up in the air :) Very cool :) You did a great job on the exposure, too ! Great contrast between the hare and BG as well. My only nit, is the noise, and that's...
  • stevejenn wrote: Very Cute. SteveJenn Thanks Steve.
  • jon lake wrote: As usual, superb. Thanks Jon.  For me the experience witnessing nature at work is even more important than the photo but a photo is good to have so I can share the experience :-)
  • Jonathan Brady wrote: Great job! And thanks for sharing! Thanks Jonathan.
  • Created discussions Jump or get hit
    I sat there watching up to 8 snowshoe hares chasing one another around. Spring is in the air and the hares are feeling frisky. I captured one leaping into the air just in time to avoid another one...
  • Replied in Cwazy wabbits
    WilbaW wrote: Wow, great action shot. We don't see anything like that in Aus. Thanks Wilba.  They are not easy to find here either but at this one location many of them congregate :-)
  • Created discussions Cwazy wabbits
    Actually they are officially known as snowshoe hares but many just refer to them as dose cwazy wabbits ala elmer fudd. Snowshoe hares derive their name from the large fur padded feet that allow...
  • Calliope wrote: Justme wrote: Calliope wrote: Great shot! I just bought the new 500mm and am amazed at how sharp the photos are. The detail I am getting on hummingbirds is terrific with this...
  • Optical wrote: I wouldn't be surprised to notice the difference :-) Enjoy your new lens! Chris Thanks Chris.  Never having used one before I did not know what to expect :-)
  • riknash wrote: This is why birds have what is called a nictating membrane over the eye. It is to protect the eye while they are engaged in catching a meal. In all that chaos an eye can be easily...
  • Replied in Oh No!
    NancyP wrote: Oh now you just had to do it - a happy 400 f/5.6L user comparing its sharpness to new 500 f/4 L II. I know I muff some 400mm shots due to motion blur even at relatively high ISO. I...
  • Created discussions Barn at sunset with the FZ200
    Glad I keep the FZ200 in the car because you never know when it will come in handy. I drove by and saw this barn and the sun was setting. Normally I would not bother to get out of the car on a very...
  • RogerZoul wrote: Some excellent photos. I'm still shooting with the 400mm F/5.6. It's been less than a year. I just got the Tamron 15-600 hoping that I can avoid spending the cash on a big white....
  • Calliope wrote: Great shot! I just bought the new 500mm and am amazed at how sharp the photos are. The detail I am getting on hummingbirds is terrific with this lens. I expected it to be nice...
  • M Stewart wrote: Some good pictures, now stop making me want to upgrade my 500 F/4l IS... I've spent too much on photography recently! Thanks Stewart.  Your 500 f4 I is a fine lens and I would be...
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