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Registered: ‎10-09-2016

Re: Share your wildlife photography!

A Carolina Wren perches on a tree limb.

The image was taken with a Canon EOS Rebel XSi and an EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III lens. The exposure settings were f/5.6, shutter speed of 1/1000" and at an ISO of 1600.IMG_8876_Carolina Wren.jpg

The raw file was processed in Digital Photo Professional. The image was edited in Perfectly Clear SE v3.

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Re: Share your wildlife photography!

A Carolina Wren perches on a tree limb.

The image was taken with a Canon EOS Rebel XSi and an EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III lens. The focal length was 300mm. The exposure settings were f/5.6, shutter speed of 1/1000" and at an ISO of 1600.  IMG_8875_Carolina Wren.jpg

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Re: Share your wildlife photography!

A Carolina Wren perches on a tree limb.

The image was taken with a Canon EOS Rebel XSi and an EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III lens. The focal length was 300mm.IMG_8873_Carolina Wren.jpg The exposure settings were f/5.6, shutter speed of 1/500" and at an ISO of 1600.

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Re: Share your wildlife photography!

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Grey Catbird

EOS 6D Mark II, EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II USM + 1.4x III

1/1600, f/8, ISO 1600, @560mm

 

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Re: Share your wildlife photography!

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Brewers Blackbird

EOS 6D Mark II, EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II USM+EF 1.4x III

1/1600, f/8, ISO 2500, @560mm

 

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Cropped

 

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Re: Share your wildlife photography!

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The tracking abilities of the 7D Mk II with cluttered backgrounds continues to amaze me.

The post processed photo below is the 4th in a series using the 7D Mk II, EF 100-400mm L IS II with a 1.4X TC.
So this is f/8 AF with Center AF point and surrounding 'helper points.

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Unprocessed sequence follows

 

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Registered: ‎05-25-2018

Re: Share your wildlife photography!

Camera: Canon Rebel T6i

Shutter Speed: 1/200

Aperture: f/6.3

ISO: 100

Focal Length: 250mm

Lens: 55-250mm f4-5.6 IS STM

Painted Turtle

Andrew
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Canon EOS Rebel T6i
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Re: Share your wildlife photography!

Camera: Canon Rebel T6i

Shutter Speed: 1/200

Aperture: f/8

ISO: 100

Focal Length: 55mm

Lens: 18-55mm f3.5-5.6 IS STM

Painted Turtle Crawling

Andrew
Nature Photography Hobbyist / Amateur
Canon EOS Rebel T6i
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Registered: ‎03-11-2016

Re: Share your wildlife photography!

Ok, I got one I can share, its an Egret on Klamath Lake

Canon SL1  70-300 lens mid day (no choice on that day)_MG_5209 (2).JPG_MG_5238 (2).JPG

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Re: Share your wildlife photography!

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Pretty nice.  What are the details?

 

 

edit....

OK I d/l your shot and looked at the exif.  You use similar settings to what I do.  Are you using Raw format?  You should.

I would drop the ISO to 1600 which, in this case, would have dropped your SS to 1/1000 still pretty fast.  Providing all else was the same.

I think I would set Av to f8, however.  If possible, even if you have to set ISO back to 3200.  It seems most lenses like f8.  When you go to either end stuff happens.  These are trade offs, however.  You just need to see which one or series of settings works best.  I like f8 most.

EOS 1DX and 1D Mk IV, along with, a lot of other stuff.
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