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Share your wildlife photography!

lindam
Administrator
Administrator

Have you snapped an incredible photo of wildlife? Post a favorite photo you've taken and share the story behind the image. Be sure to include the Canon gear you used!

 

About this photo: 

Camera: Canon PowerShot G3 X

Exposure Time: 1/125

ISO: 400

F-stop: 6.3                          

 

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ballottasphotog
Enthusiast

A mocking bird.
The raw file was processed in Digital Photo Professional.IMG_1214_Mockingbird.jpgIMG_1213BWY Sepia_Mockingbird.jpg

EOS 1Ds Mk III, Sigma 500mm lens, f8, SS 1/5000, ISO 800

Scissor-tailed Flycatcher

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EB
EOS 1DX and 1D Mk IV and several lenses!

 

EOS 1Ds Mk III, Sigma 500mm, f8, SS 1/1600, ISO 800

Kingbird

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EB
EOS 1DX and 1D Mk IV and several lenses!

 

EOS 1Ds Mk III, Sigma 400mm, f8, SS 1/4000, ISO 800 

Red-winged Blackbird

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EB
EOS 1DX and 1D Mk IV and several lenses!

ballottasphotog
Enthusiast

A European starling brings food to its nest to feed its young. The raw file was processed in AfterShot Pro 2. Post processing was done in Elements.IMG_1175_v2B_Starling.jpg

ballottasphotog
Enthusiast

A mockingbird sits on the roof of a house making sure its nest is safe from predators..The raw file was processed in AfterShot Pro2. Post processing was done in Elements.IMG_1202_v2B Mockingbirds.jpg

TonyBritton
Enthusiast

A few more I hope you'll enjoy. Wild, hand-held, no cropping.

 

1.

Rock Pigeon

2.

Western Gull

3.

Black-crowned Night Heron

4.

Great Blue Heron

5.

Starling

EOS 1D Mk IIn, Sigma 120-300mm f2.8 lens @ 165mm, f4, SS1/8000, ISO 400.

This shot was hand held and it has no processing at all.  Not even lens correction.  Not too shabby for a 12 year old, 8mp camera.

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EB
EOS 1DX and 1D Mk IV and several lenses!


@ebiggs1 wrote:

@EOS 1D Mk IIn, Sigma 120-300mm f2.8 lens @ 165mm, f4, SS1/8000, ISO 400.

This shot was hand held and it has no processing at all.  Not even lens correction.  Not too shabby for a 12 year old, 8mp camera.

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You need to focus on the eye of the bird.

Thanx so much for your input Tommy Boy.  I'll take it under consideration next time I make the rare venture off the porch.  

EB
EOS 1DX and 1D Mk IV and several lenses!
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