Okreb

Okreb

Lives in United States Palm Beach County, Florida, United States
Works as a Author of 'Brain Surgery Self Taught'
Joined on Jul 3, 2007
About me:

E-M1, m75-300mm, E-30, E-510, 12-60mm, 50-200mm,m75-300, m12-50, m40-150mm, 70-300mm, 50mm f/2 macro, 14-42mm, EC-14 TC,EC-20 TC, FL-50, OM2, OM 50mm f/1.4, OM 28mm f/2, OM 75-150mm, Vivitar 70-150mm, OM Adapter, Feisol 3401 CF Tripod, Jobu Gimbal Head, Bogen Manfrotto 488RC2 Ball Head, Better Beamer, Epson P-2000

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  • Still extremely hot and steamy here. I went out twice this week. The first attempt was too hot and just a few birds. The second try temperature was 96F. Took a few shots and was out of there. I now ...
  • Excellent BIF with the 75-300mm.
  • Peter, you asked me to take a few images of the wetlands  that I go to. I did not have a wide angle lens with me, just the 75-300mm. Here are a few shots. Not too good an accurate representation.
  • Photographing conditions are not too good this time of year here in south Florida. Temperature in the 90's, heat index in  the low 100's make for difficult conditions for both the photographer and ...
  • Peter, you did very well on your first expedition in many moons. Very nice series indeed.
  • Nice captures all around, Dennis. These small birds are difficult to capture photographically. Well done.
  • Replied in Heron
    Looks like an American Bittern to me.
  • Peter, many thanks for your nice comments. Here is a link to one of the wetlands I frequent. It is man-made and the site should give you a good idea of the area, although the some of the ...
  • Fine series, Ron. Well done! What lens did you use for these?
  • Nice series, Peter. Give my regards to Tappy.
  • Judy, beautiful series especially the last image.
  • As usual, all images posted this week were made with the E-M1 and the 75-300mm lens, ISO 200. Juvenile Cattle Egret. 1/640, f/7.1, -0.3 EV, 200mm. Juvenile Cattle Egret. 1/200, f/7.1, -0.3 EV, 200mm. ...
  • I close crop many of my images. I like to bring the subject to the front. I have not reduced them. Many of my images are small in  the frame so I usually crop them. My style, I guess.
  • Beautiful shots, Peter. Some of the best images I have ever created were done with the E-30 and the 50-200mm lens, with and without the EC-14 converter. I love the E-30.
  • Replied in EGRETS
    Beautiful series, Richard. Love them all. Well done.
  • All images made with the E-M1 and the 75-300mm lens, ISO 200. Juvenile Anhinga. 1/1000, f/7.1, 300mm. Cattle Egret. 1/640, f/7.1, -0.7 EV, 228mm. Juvenile Tricolored Heron. 1/500, f/7.1, 300mm. Juv ...
  • Thanks for your nice comments. No more this year until November, December. Usually one clutch a year. I'll take the heat. I can always stay home in air conditioned comfort.
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