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Old Jun 24, 2016, 5:36 PM   #311
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I don't have the big lens, but if they come close enough I'll have a go lol

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Very nice, looks sharp to me.

Sometimes is not the lens but the technique.
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Old Jun 25, 2016, 4:49 AM   #312
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Very nice, looks sharp to me.

Sometimes is not the lens but the technique.
Yes well it can be bokeh versus plain background to isolate the subject from it's surroundings and the sky can serve as a background, with aerial photography you've got a lot of sky to choose from. lol


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Old Jun 28, 2016, 5:08 PM   #313
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It is a while ago since I have been posting some pictures.
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While there is talked about birds, I wanted to share a few bird pictures.
These are from the very early beginning I had my D800 and also token with not the real ideal lens.
Let me know what you are thinking of them.





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Old Jun 29, 2016, 11:00 AM   #314
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It is a while ago since I have been posting some pictures.
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While there is talked about birds, I wanted to share a few bird pictures.
These are from the very early beginning I had my D800 and also token with not the real ideal lens.
Let me know what you are thinking of them.
Good shots, great when you can freeze the motion of birds in flight.

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Old Jun 30, 2016, 7:37 PM   #315
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[QUOTE=Lordje;1407010]It is a while ago since I have been posting some pictures.
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While there is talked about birds, I wanted to share a few bird pictures.
These are from the very early beginning I had my D800 and also token with not the real ideal lens.
Let me know what you are thinking of them.

Hi Pascal,

These are very nice shots, what kind of bird of pray it is?

Very sharp pictures..!!
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Old Jul 1, 2016, 7:21 AM   #316
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Still with the brown hooded gull, this time he's nearer the ground




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Old Jul 2, 2016, 10:17 AM   #317
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Still with the brown hooded gull, this time he's nearer the ground



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for a bite of bread that can be very close to the camera :-)
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Old Jul 2, 2016, 10:23 AM   #318
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I visited new London and Mystic CT a few days ago, beautiful place to relax and take pictures:

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I visited new London and Mystic CT a few days ago, beautiful place to relax and take pictures:
Lovely shots and low light exposures. The reflections on the water in 1. Great

2. Is nicely exposed in low light, colours are great

3. A lighthouse that looks like a house with a light on top, well spotted

What lens did you use with the D810 for those? they're all very clear and sharp

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[QUOTE=MarceloLI;1407049][QUOTE=Lordje;1407010

Hi Pascal,

These are very nice shots, what kind of bird of pray it is?

Very sharp pictures..!![/QUOTE]

Hello Marcello,

It was a blue sea eagle, they told me it was a a special kind of eagle and not so many left. The place where this was token was a recovery place for raptors. They had differend kind of owls, eagles and more...

Thank you for this nice comment.

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