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Kingfisher...

Martin Pescatore - Kingfisher

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Kingfisher sent on October 13, 2013 (0:15) by Andrea Papaleo. 13 comments, 685 views. [retina]

at 200mm, 1/30 f/5.6, ISO 200, tripod. Specie: Alcedo atthis

Un Kingfisher spaccone... Fotografato in ambiente naturale all'aperto vicino casa. No Oasi no Riserva.



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avatarsenior
sent on October 13, 2013 (23:39) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

andre nice but when you do it?

avatarsenior
sent on October 14, 2013 (14:35) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

A wonderful capture! Wow! :-P ;-)

avatarsenior
sent on October 14, 2013 (16:41) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Beautiful colors and beautiful capture
hello

avatarjunior
sent on October 14, 2013 (17:08) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

thanks to all ;-)

avatarsenior
sent on October 14, 2013 (18:13) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

nice picture

avatarmoderator
sent on October 14, 2013 (18:45) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Good composition, the blurred and colors. If you plan to develop this kind of shoty and avoid strong crop with a consequent decrease of sharpness you should review your kit sacrificing some piece for a used Canon 100-400mm. ;-). 1/30 sec has not allowed you to freeze the head of the martin, the next time dares to raise the ISO to at least 400 and at least close the aperture to f. 6,3. (Imho). Hello, laurel

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sent on October 14, 2013 (19:56) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

beautiful capture, I personally would have raised the shutter speed. hello

avatarsenior
sent on October 14, 2013 (19:58) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Quoto ElleEmme.

avatarsenior
sent on October 14, 2013 (20:18) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

very nice

avatarjunior
sent on October 14, 2013 (21:47) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

thank you all for the valuable advice that will put into practice as soon as possible ;-)

The problem is that the weather was overcast, the sun practically not there. I was lucky because in the shot as he arrived, a ray of sunshine lit up the area but the settings were now made :-(

avatarsenior
sent on October 14, 2013 (21:59) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

nice picture!

avatarmoderator
sent on October 14, 2013 (22:01) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Heater wrote:
The problem is that the weather was overcast, the sun practically not there. I was lucky because in the shot as he arrived, a ray of sunshine lit up the area but the settings were now made


Heater Sorry but there was a reason why you were there?
It 'a chance meeting, or quite possibly the martino, if passed, would stop on that roost?
If that was one of the perches likely, with little light and 1/30 f/5.6, ISO 200 the margins they had to change the parameters wow! .
Pro-activity and Previsualizazione are characteristics that we need to develop and emphasize the effect that:
-The 7d has not only iso 200 and performs well even raising them to 500-640 .. etc
Aumentavi-stopping down the pdthere sharpness
With long-time need a remote control and live-view
Iso-raising paradoxically you also have the use tank underexpose
Alternating-proiezoni shooting scenes for dynamic or static hugs then pro-activity :-)
-Every second that passes we have to know how to change shooting parameters providing the photographic event, which is why many photographing only the roost during breaks camera, to upgrade the shooting parameters 8-)
Sorry but this discussion technique is the only way to spur you on to be more responsive in the next stalking if you seek your own personal satisfaction ;-).
hello, laurel

avatarjunior
sent on October 14, 2013 (23:25) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Hello Lauro,
I treasure what you wrote because technically they are not yet very experienced.
One thing that I had written before, but you've mentioned, and I was not sure that the martin posasse right there on and I did a measurement on another branch, 2m and a half away from me.
When he arrived, after about an hour or so of stalking I tried to be as light as possible with the movements omitting precisely the settings of the room ... but I have to be honest, I would not have changed because they are too concentrated to photograph: - |



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