donla

donla

Lives in New Zealand (Aotearoa) Porirua, New Zealand (Aotearoa)
Works as a Teacher
Joined on Jun 20, 2005

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  • Hi David, I was very interested in what you wrote as I bought the 15mm F4 about a year ago for bush photography where stepping back from a 25-30 metre tree is often not an option. After several...
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    Hi Dean, I can appreciate your efforts very much as I spent lots of time getting images to show the tongue (drinking tube) in the act of taking nectar - for use in biology teaching. I'll bet your...
  • OPTMEKX7 wrote: For 6400 ISO, the detail is fantastic, nice shots by the way. cheers, Rene Thanks for the comment Rene, yes, I too was very pleasantly surprised by the IQ at 6400.
  • ozdean wrote: Shots look good donla, is that the New Zealand Flax flower in the first? Hi Dean, yes it is the new Zealand flax. Our Nectar feeders such as the Tui and Bellbird are great fans of it.
  • My apologies, the caption for the Hihi -┬áimage #3 should read 6400 ISO not 400.
  • My K5 bit the dust just before Christmas, prompting me to buy the K3. Wildlife photography┬áis a genre that has always attracted me so I wondered if it would do as good a job as the K5 given the...
  • Hi, I bought the 35mm 2.4 on account of the reviews that showed it had a very good resolution and I wanted a prime of about 'normal' focal length for around town photography. I found the...
  • I have had a lot of success photographing small animals such as insects with my 100mm macro. Often though, the little beasts take fright and flee due to the proximity of the lens to them. As Sigma...
  • Added 1 photo to their gallery
    IMGP6056  Fly 100mm with 1.4x
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