Discussion in 'The Bucket' started by 2in10, Jun 1, 2014.
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Great pics John.Not easy to capture birds on camera.
Wow, awesome pics and great job.
Thanks Vinny. They definitely try to foil your attempts.
Your depth of field in 95% of the pictures is incredible john! I took a photography class myself in college, and I learned a great deal and shot some nice photos. Considering the camera/lense I was using , a basic Nikon D40 with the DX 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G lense. In the future I would love to get a nicer set up that way I could keep up with some of those shots. Nice to see you've got another hobby to keep you sane aside from reefing! My favorite is the bufflehead you have set as the duck folders picture. The color saturation in the feathers is awesome, and the clarity of the water drops is great! Great job man!
Can you help me I.D. A few Southern birds??I am amazed at the incredible diversity here.
It is a possibility.
I was about to point out your depth of field skills as well: http://johnshackney.prosite.com/274805/3276381/bird-gallery/finches
Great stuff John. My bad loves bird watching as well. Lots of neat ones where he lives in Arizona.
Hmmmm. A wildlife photo gallery might be fun.Back to work Matt you had your 5 minutes of rest.lol
Man John that represents alot of time and effort.Can i use some of them as screen savers??
Thank you Matt. My lens I use now for bird photos has a maximum aperture of f/5.6 at full length. Not a real fast lens for s
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