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Old Feb 8, 2007, 1:56 PM   #1
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Wapiti Country

Pentax K10D with Sigma 50-500 lens

The ridge where I found them. These are Wild Free Ranging on Public Land.



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Old Feb 8, 2007, 3:19 PM   #2
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Roger, your photos continue to astound me. I have one question though. Are the little "inserts" 100% crops or from alternate photos? Okay, actually its two, you handhold for most of your shots correct?
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Roger, your photos continue to astound me. I have one question though. Are the little "inserts" 100% crops or from alternate photos? Okay, actually its two, you handhold for most of your shots correct?
Hi balofagus, I don't know what percent the crops are but what I do is after I find somethingI take a photo of it then I stalk in as close as I can and then take the close up shots then crop them so it shows what I want it to show. I hope this explanation makes sense.

I don't know if handhold is right I always try and find something to set the lens collar on. Tree limb, rock or etc.

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Don't worry, you're explanation makes perfect sense! Thank goodness you don't completely hand-hold, I'd feel so useless if you did :O
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Really enjoy your wildlife photos. You have some great country out there for photography.



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Don't worry, you're explanation makes perfect sense! Thank goodness you don't completely hand-hold, I'd feel so useless if you did :O
balofagus, I have even sat down and used my knee. Most of the time I can find something to help.

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Really enjoy your wildlife photos. You have some great country out there for photography.

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Hi Jim, yes we do have a lot of nice country and a lot of wildlife.

Thank you for commenting and for looking.

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Excellent. Nuff said.



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Excellent. Nuff said.



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Darren, thanks for the nice comment and for taking the time to look.

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