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avatarjunior
sent on August 01, 2012 (15:16) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

a great shot is not easy to do!

avatarsenior
sent on August 01, 2012 (15:17) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Oh, I know ...
Sounds like a déjà vu.
It's actually another strigiforme I tried to resume adding a third flash positioned behind the subject and weakened.
The effect lighting seems slightly better than the previous images, but alas I find that the image quality, compared with the
tawny other time, influenced by the bad and the ugly sensoraccio 7d. With the 5DII seems obvious to me the best quality (all parameters of shooting and post-production are the same ... Change this only the addition of fill flash back).

But the 7d not give up. There are too fond of! :-D

Salutti! ;-)

avatarsenior
sent on August 01, 2012 (15:18) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

PS Nintai Hello, thanks for visiting. But you've been away? I'm glad to see you ... ;-)

PPS I wanted to edit the message above, do not add another. I was wrong un'alra time! :-|
Worse and worse ... :-(

avatarjunior
sent on August 01, 2012 (15:20) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Yes, I had a bit of troubles:-D but now I'm here and I do not give more! :-)

avatarsenior
sent on August 01, 2012 (15:26) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

sensoraccio or not is a really beautiful scattowow! wow wow!

avatarsupporter
sent on August 01, 2012 (15:54) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

The lighting effect seems slightly better than the previous images, but alas I find that the image quality, compared with the
tawny other time, influenced by the bad and the ugly sensoraccio 7d. With the 5DII seems obvious to me the best quality

I agree, however, always a great shot!

avatarsenior
sent on August 01, 2012 (16:05) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Wonderful compliments.

avatarsenior
sent on August 01, 2012 (16:36) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Thanks to Richard, Charles, Louis and Henry for comments.
Henry, I agree that as the photo has a quality more than enough (at least for my standard soft), but
I tried to crop more, eliminating the reflected image of the subject ... A sadness.
Maybe I could solve two or three ounces of contrast medium in most, but with the 5D there would be no need. Mind you, with the 7d I
crop performed far more arrogant and I have presented no problems.
Perhaps if I had never used the 5D, I would not have even noticed ...

Richard, I hope you have solved all for the best ... ;-)
See you soon ...

user684
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sent on August 01, 2012 (17:46) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

you have all my respect brother:-D:-D
great shot and great technical mastery.

avatarsupporter
sent on August 01, 2012 (18:00) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Scattowow great! Wow wow!

avatarsenior
sent on August 01, 2012 (18:35) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

beautiful compliments

avatarsenior
sent on August 01, 2012 (19:18) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Thank you very much Maurizio, Henry and Louis to have left a mark.
But the authors of the "Like" ...

I do not like having them too similar in the galleries, but this can be a little 'profit taking
awareness of the diversity of yield sensors aps-c and full-frame (I was used to this aspect ...
I have to smashing the nose to fully understand things) ...
And here the owl I like it because it seems a flower ... wow!
Now I just have to figure out if it's the same subject of past times or not.
It will be a long ... :-|

Greetings and kisses ... :-D

avatarsenior
sent on August 02, 2012 (23:00) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

hello, congratulations for the shot and the truckload of technology behind it ... this photo is beautiful on its own, the reflection is the gem, and then the explanations to be able to take the photo, do the rest ... very very good

avatarsenior
sent on August 03, 2012 (18:22) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Thanks Maximus for the ride.
Am a little 'space to explain how to do these pictures, because I was asked ...

Three or four years ago, I was lurking in the shed cabinet under the usual chestnut. I noticed that on top of me, on some branch
rested some fool to sing. I began to place near the branch that seemed more likely, camera lens,
Single flash and photocell of Jama. After months of ups batteries and zero shots, I was able to photograph an owl ... Seen from above ...
In the landing phase was leaning forward, for which the photo was unusable.
In keep trying with perseverance and dedication, while I photographed owls, owls, nightjars and dormice.
And I lightly honed the techniques. I realized that for the Electrical lightingion takes at least three flash, the best thing would be
present and shoot with remote shutter release instead of camera traps, but also that if you have the constancy to persevere calmly, sooner or later get some results.
I repeat that I never use, under any circumstances and for any reason, calls, decoys (neither living nor dead) and do not take pictures near the nests.
I find that these are shortcuts that it is not correct to use. These aspects will probably pursue it further.

Latest photos of fools I've done by introducing an electric cable with two conductors in the branch-roost.
No current flows in the conductors, but are connected to the attack for the remote shutter release of the camera. When something comes to rest
the mechanism, tryabout the contact of two conductors and triggers the camera.
The waterhole I have dug and prepared last fall.
I falsh them very angled position it. I noticed that the owls tend to look where they hear the noise, rather than where they see
lights. In this way maximum limit myself to the discomfort that may cause them the lightning flash. The hazard, furthermore, are detuned to 1/8 - 1/16.
This always to limit as much as possible disturbance to the subject, but also to be able to perform some burst without the flash lose shots.
The camera position it on standby off, as well as the flash. The lens in manual maf fixed on the perch, with small aperture to get some '
of pdc and sensitivity as low as possible, since I'll definitely to crop a little something (do not knownever that big will the subject ...
If you have wings open or closed and in that area of ??the roost shall rest ...).

I would say that everything is ready for the shot.
Nothing complicated.
I recommend just in case anyone wanted to try their hand in this photographic genre, always to respect nature as much as possible.
If only for the atavistic feeling of respect and love that we should all try for it, because at least when
we create situations that are detrimental to the animals, certainly spingeremmo them in the future to avoid the area, limiting ourselves to any
future photo sessions.

To the next.

avatarsenior
sent on August 04, 2012 (0:10) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

hello, even more so my compliments .... good

avatarsenior
sent on August 04, 2012 (9:17) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Thanks even more, Maximus, for the appreciation ... ;-)

Yesterday, when I wrote the message of explanation, I missed the connection and I lost half an hour of written text ...
I forgot to say that the use of flash angled offers an additional advantage.
I think it's the best way to avoid the red-eye phenomenon. And in the night, with almost no light, the subjects
have super dilated pupils, and with direct flash would be soaked with blood capillaries filled with ready to paint red
our brilliant shots ... :-D
I've already had to rebuild the eyes of owls that feed, desaturate to restore the pupils so that they look more
natural as possible ... It is not a simple step ...

Hello everyone ... ;-)

avatarjunior
sent on August 04, 2012 (11:27) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Fantastic image and explanation, congratulations!

avatarsenior
sent on August 04, 2012 (16:20) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Many thanks for the appreciation, Hypa.

Until next time ... :-D

avatarsenior
sent on August 06, 2012 (9:03) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Thanks Prof Chaos for spigazione ... Interesting discussion of the 3 flash, I had thought of that too especially to avoid red eyes, but unfortunately at the moment my equipment is what it is, and for this type of photography I use a 500D with the flash pop up, and to avoid red-eye, I tried to soften the flash using baking paper wrapped with a rubber band! :-D The problem is that I do not know if it works! ;-)

But I in May-June, in a pond near my house, I had placed a fototrappola to observe that animals went to freshen up and to my surprise I noticed that often came un'allocco ... I watched him for a month finch'è I came up with the idea of ??putting a camera connected to a PIR sensor and so I did, I positioned the car toward the point of the pond whererested more frequently and found that the owls were 2 and they were two young, already very capable of flying but they still had some residue of down between the feathers! I was able to make some shots, nothing great though! ;-)

avatarsenior
sent on August 06, 2012 (16:34) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Eh, I do not know what you might be able to do with the pop-up camera ...
It 'sa bit too weakling and yet not shift lens ... :-(
I advise you to take one or two Yongnuo 565 ... I use them in conjunction with the Canon 580 and,
combined with the Yongnuo triggers, they do their dirty work.

Post more shots! :-D
No, if you do not believe it is appropriate not to post.
If you are lucky enough to know a place where there is high traffic, I would recommend you take advantage of it.
Try postarti with a shed mobile and remote shutter release, which I think is for these types of subjects,
the most effective.
To me, experience has taught us that if you lose your time, then often the subject naturally tend to change their habits and areas,
quinyou may have to wait years before they return to shooting ...

Then everyone has their own experience, its methods and systems ... All to try.
I'm not efficace.Porto home a risultatino a blue moon and never 100% satisfactory.
But one day I will succeed!

To the next. :-D




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