Denjw

Denjw

Lives in Australia Orbost, East Gippsland, Victoria, Australia
Has a website at http://dwehner.zenfolio.com/
Joined on Nov 8, 2004
About me:

OM-D-EM1 MkII, OM-D E-M1 + 12-40mm PRO, 40-150mm PRO, MC14, 300mm f4 PRO

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  • Thanks for the repost Sanjay. The without blurring image is much better IMO. I would have left it alone. Personally I don't find all the branches distracting at all, the bird is captured very well ...
  • Hi Sanjay, I am glad you accepted my critique in the spirit it was given. You did very well in the circumstances, must be exciting to see and capture such beautiful kingfishers. Would be wonderful ...
  • First one looks like a variety of plover or dotterel. The second one looks like a welcome swallow. But not familiar with Northern American varieties.
  • There are a lot different settings and people have different preferences. Here is a thread discussing what you have. https://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/54462150 For static birds my main settings are:
  • Could be a number of issues. Was the camera working okay when you first used it after the firmware update? If so this would not seem to be the issue. Does the camera work without a lens mounted? ...
  • It happens, I had an "almost but not good enough" day yesterday. :-( But if we keep striving to do better then the rewards will come.
  • Great captures of stunning looking kingfishers Sanjay. But I would question the processing of these. It appears you have done some background blurring which is fine to do if done subtlety. To my ...
  • I really think you should post these in the Micro Four Thirds forum where I am sure you will elicit more responses. Dennis
  • Excellent images Paul. I like the movement of the Avocet with beak in water and the pelican's beak on the left. There is a Sunday Bird thread on this forum which you would be welcome to join. Dennis
  • Its probably due to your Set Home function set up. Go to A2 and make sure you have only S-AF Mode selected and not C-AF. I actually use it to toggle between both S-AF and C-AF as its very handy to ...
  • Captured this heron stalking fish at the billabong, but it was only catching tiddlers (kingfisher food). It got quite close at times as it was not aware of my presence and that silent shutter comes ...
  • Thank you very much for your kind comments. According to my profile I live in Australia, the far south east corner, which is where I took these shots. :-) Dennis
  • A very nice set of captures. You are doing well with that combo which I struggled with for BIFs. The E-M1MkII is definitley a step up but do you really need It? :-)
  • and sometimes I just sits" to let the photographer take my photo. :-) Lately I have noticed one particular kingfisher was fishing in the corner of the billabong where it begins and at its ...
  • Well according to the manual the Image Stabilization setting: "Sets the priority function during sequential shooting. [Fps Priority]: Shooting speed gets priority over image stabilization. The ...
  • Pages 131-134 of the manual will get you sorted.
  • Great captures of some beautiful places/work Paul. The detail in these are so good. You sure have adapted to shooting m43 very well. Dennis
  • Terrific captures Vass. Those head on shots a just amazing. An excellent demonstration of what the camera is capable of in the right hands. Interesting you are using mechanical shutter, I must ...
  • How wonderful and cute are they! Great captures Greg and it must have been a delight to watch them grow up in the little house you provided for them. Dennis
  • A very nice animal portrait. But I agree with Andrew's comments, the right hand tree trunk is distracting. Easily fixed with a tighter crop and a bit of cloning. I hope you don't mind I had a quick ...
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