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Old 04-08-2011, 11:36 AM
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Default In light of Sam's thread... **d/l warning**

I'm constantly taking pictures, just don't want to flood the forum lol.

Foggy beach

Foggy day at the Beach by Royally Morphed Pythons, on Flickr

Sunset

Sunset near Kirkhill forest by Royally Morphed Pythons, on Flickr

Orchid (still experimenting)

Orchid by Royally Morphed Pythons, on Flickr

Trying some different lighting styles, for a theme of hands.

Clock hands by Royally Morphed Pythons, on Flickr

everyone's favourite bird

Day out at the river by Royally Morphed Pythons, on Flickr

Pineapple water drop with orchid

Orchid behind a pineapple water drop by Royally Morphed Pythons, on Flickr

incy wincy

Spider by Royally Morphed Pythons, on Flickr

Owl

Falconry centre Huntly by Royally Morphed Pythons, on Flickr

Cant remember the name of this one

Falconry centre Huntly by Royally Morphed Pythons, on Flickr

Crow

Crow by Royally Morphed Pythons, on Flickr

Caitlyn


River walk 03/07/11 by Royally Morphed Pythons, on Flickr


Day out at the river by Royally Morphed Pythons, on Flickr


Day out at the river by Royally Morphed Pythons, on Flickr


Foggy day at the Beach by Royally Morphed Pythons, on Flickr
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Old 04-08-2011, 11:41 AM
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Awesomely good pictures.
If I had to pick a favourite, it would be..
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Very nice mate,i think its a saker
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great pics

i wish i could take nice pictures but it never seems to work!

i like the last one of the little girl on the beach the best
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Very nice, love your use of light and pp skills. What gear have you got?
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Very nice mate,i think its a saker
Pure? Not sure, but hard to tell given its ruffling! I was thinking saker hybrid?

Amazing photos and thanks so much for posting them, it looks like you really put the effort in!
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it may well be a hybrid mate,it doesnt help cos of it 'rousing' it self.it's a great bird and if it is 'gyred' up i bet it was a fair old lump too
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Thanks folks :)

I use a D7000, and my landscapes are usually taken with either the 11-16mm tokina or the 17-50mm sigma (both take 77mm threads, so i'll often slide on a B+W ten stop filter for motion blur). Pictures of my daughter are often taken with the 17-50mm sigma, 70-200mm nikon or 300mm AF-S F4 Nikon. Birds are generally taken with the 300mm, but for walking around zoo's etc, i prefer the 70-200mm. Macro is a mixed bag for me... 50mm sigma has served me well, but thinking of moving up to a 60mm tamron. I also have a canon 500D close up lens for the 300mm, and 70-200mm, which works very well as well - more so with the 300mm, although the depth of field is greatly reduced on the 300mm, and often F13 is needed as a minimum - so flash can be necessary.

I'm starting to bring flash out with me these days as well, as good as natural light is, some fill flash can help as well if the subject isn't too far away, so for this i use the SB-900. For indoor studio style stuff, i sometimes use up to three speedlights with different light modifiers over them for different effects, but i'm still fairly new to some light modifiers.
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Forgot to say... it doesn't stop there once you take the actual picture...

Photomatix pro, lightroom, CS5 and phototools pro are the software programmes i use. Lots of learning, and it's been great fun learning, plus there is also so much more to learn :)
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