Stop at a Park...

Discussion in 'Nature & Wildlife' started by tc95, Oct 2, 2008.

  1. tc95

    tc95 Well-Known Member

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    I got my 80-400mm sigma back from the service center and wanted to try it out....

    SD-10 at 400mm F5.6 ISO 200
     

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    foveonfan Well-Known Member

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    Right, TC95, that's a good start. Now the trick is to come back every day, take a step closer and before you know it, you'll be seeing the whites of their eyes! :)

    Good test shots too!
     
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    Hi TC95,
    nice shots you are showing.As said,get closer next time and you will the details come out.The 80-400 is fantastic for that kind of pictures.
    Regards
    Uwe
     
  4. tc95

    tc95 Well-Known Member

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    Thank you guys for your kind words.

    Tony C.
     
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    Hi Tony,

    I like your squirrel most of all!!:)

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    I like parks as well ... these two squirrels I took with my SD10 in LONDON's St James Park. My Lens was the 18-200mm DC (the old one still without the OS-feature) ISO 800 by the way!!

    See you with nice pictures

    Klaus
     

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