*WARNING* Hunter & the Hunted

Started Jul 29, 2007 | Discussions
Ron LHeureux Senior Member • Posts: 1,129
Re: *Stunning!!*

Am amazing serires, as usual. I'm thinking of trading in my camera for a stamp collection. (No cracks!).
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MagicNikon Veteran Member • Posts: 5,445
Re: Stunning! 70-300mm VR?

Great shots...70-300mm VR?
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Taallyn Contributing Member • Posts: 712
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It's a very good series, and shows a portion of nature that can be unpleasant. That's what nature photographers do though. Read through any Natiional Geographics and you will find similar images. They are photographs to be proud of.

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OP Tech1961 Senior Member • Posts: 2,601
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morris wrote:

Super series!

It would be worth going back and getting the color of the second
photo to match the others. The night heron is a bit blue in #2.

Photos 2 & 3 are both prize winners. Do submit them to contests. If
you see a contest for a series submit the whole.

Thanks Morris. I apprecite your input and I will do a curve adjustment in the one that is too blue. Thanks again

Morris

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DezM
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WOW

WOW, Tech. These are incredible captures. You were there at the right time!

Which lens did you pop on the D40 to get these?

Well done!
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OP Tech1961 Senior Member • Posts: 2,601
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MagicNikon wrote:

Great shots...70-300mm VR?

Yes I used the 70-300vr. Thanks

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OP Tech1961 Senior Member • Posts: 2,601
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naqqaf wrote:

WOW,
very very very very very GOOOOD.
it is true to say, it is sad to see something like that happening but
as every one know that is the way of living.. the strong eats the
week.
and I have to say, u can really get some gooooood money with ur
talent.. I wish I could have some of that... would u like to give me
some..
keep up the good work. and how do u find them? u do spent all ur time
there in the park of what?
and beside, do u sleep with the cameras that u got?
damn. that is good.
well done.. thanks for sharing..

Lol. Thanks

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gnagel Veteran Member • Posts: 8,047
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Great captures!

Glenn
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OP Tech1961 Senior Member • Posts: 2,601
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DezM wrote:

WOW, Tech. These are incredible captures. You were there at the right
time!

Which lens did you pop on the D40 to get these?

Well done!

I used the 70-300vr. Thanks Dez.

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As A.Z. mentioned before, do you spend the whole day in the park or wherever it is that you shoot the birds from?
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gobongo
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chapeau!

Kathryne Senior Member • Posts: 1,824
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Fantastic series. It made me sad, which is not surprising. You have an amazing talent.
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OP Tech1961 Senior Member • Posts: 2,601
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DezM wrote:

As A.Z. mentioned before, do you spend the whole day in the park or
wherever it is that you shoot the birds from?

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I see. Your gallery is excellent. Keep shooting and sharing.....but share your settings & equipment info as well. Thanks again.
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OP Tech1961 Senior Member • Posts: 2,601
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I do not take the exif info out of the pictures. For some reason My flickr account does. If you go to my Flickr account and click on more properties next to the picture all the shooting info comes up.

DezM wrote:

I see. Your gallery is excellent. Keep shooting and sharing.....but
share your settings & equipment info as well. Thanks again.
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kober Contributing Member • Posts: 816
Incredibly beautiful pictures!

What I wouldn't give for your skills! Please keep them coming.

Recently my daughter and I witnessed a bear chase and kill a young mule deer in Yellowstone National Park after momma deer spent 20 minutes fighting off the bear. I have some pictures but nothing like yours. I felt lucky to have been afforded a rare opportunity, for me at least, to see nature at work. No way would I have tried to interfere. Of course you were right to let nature take it's course.

OP Tech1961 Senior Member • Posts: 2,601
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kober wrote:

What I wouldn't give for your skills! Please keep them coming.

Recently my daughter and I witnessed a bear chase and kill a young
mule deer in Yellowstone National Park after momma deer spent 20
minutes fighting off the bear. I have some pictures but nothing like
yours. I felt lucky to have been afforded a rare opportunity, for me
at least, to see nature at work. No way would I have tried to
interfere. Of course you were right to let nature take it's course.

Wow that must have been awesome to witness. Tanks for the nice comments.

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OP Tech1961 Senior Member • Posts: 2,601
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Kathryne wrote:

Fantastic series. It made me sad, which is not surprising. You have
an amazing talent.

Thans very much Kathyrne

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golfer1
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Hi Tech,

The responses to this have been overwhelmingly positive, the technical 'mumbo jumbo' whilst interesting, seems to me to miss the point. This is an outstanding effort, and one which you should, and must be, very proud.

I cannot recall seeing such interest created in one thread.

In regard to some of the verbal 'slanging', I suggest you refrain from dignifying it with a response. It's to you of course what you consider to constitute 'slanging' but there will always be a proportion of malcontents around. Ignore them and keep posting those pictures. Please don't throw away the D80 though. Take care.

Ron from Ocean Grove, Australia

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