WildImages

WildImages

Lives in United States Aurora, CO, United States
Works as a Professional Photographer-mostly retired now
Has a website at www.wildimages.biz
Joined on Mar 7, 2006

WildImages' recent activity

  • I am told by Topaz that there are "huge" upgrades to AI Clear and JPG Upres, oops I mean JPG to RAW, coming in March.  Stay tuned!
  • I have used JPG to RAW extensively and where it is impressive is when taking images in days of yore with a point and shoot, it does wonders and allows for some impressive improvements.  I used a ...
  • Yes, but many STM lenses are also EF-S lenses which are not recommended for FF Canon cameras because the mirror can contact the rear of the lens.  I believe some of those recommended lenses were ...
  • Are not the STM lenses EF-S lenses that only fit 1.6X crop Canon EOS cameras?  If so, most lenses recommended here will not fit. I could be mis-informed but recommend you check it out.
  • Impressive indeed. Again,  any input I could have on small critters is not valid as I haven't seen any but I must admit also, I have tunnel vision to the fish I am after.
  • I have focused so intently on fish that I cannot answer this with any accuracy.  I just have not looked for the "little" things. There might be snails, that kind of thing, in warm water streams but ...
  • With salt water diving, one just swims out and starts seeing things, fish, coral etc.  Fresh water, especially game fish, one must go in the spawning season and even then the turbidity of the ...
  • Thanks! No tricks, just took my time in approaching them.  Sometimes they move off but if I can catch them spawning, I find them eager to return.
  • Unfortunately there doesn't seem to be many, if any, freshwater underwater photographers. Brook Trout male in spawning regalia
  • Juan, I go to the manual mode on the dial on the top left of the camera, then set the shutter for 30 seconds time.  I enable the internal interval time and set the interval for 34 seconds. Hope ...
  • I will share one more that finally turned out.  I won't mention how large my trash basket is in attempting this over/under type shot.  The cavitation produced by the camera half in and half out of ...
  • Created discussion thread Freshwater underwater
    I see very few freshwater images other than salmon. Perhaps it is because of the highly turbid water in one instance but when coupled with the cold, it really is uncomfortable. I have pursued my ...
  • Replied in J5 Abstract
    Yes, "save for web" strips EXIF data.
  • Arctic Grayling in a stream in North Park, Colorado.  The stream is highly turbid as it is fed from snow melt. Arctic Grayling
  • I just bought one at the 1299 price point is the reason I asked.  Wondering how much was left on the table, especially since most houses sell this for 1599. BTW, I have no interest in becoming a ...
  • What is your wholesale cost?  They were just offered for $1299.00 that equates to a $300.00 discount off usual selling price.
  • You might find this method of testing easy to do and it removes all doubt over is it or isn't it: https://www.lensrentals.com/blog/2012/05/testing-for-a-decentered-lens-an-old-technique-gets-a-make ...
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