Ohhhhh! Me likey!!!!!!
Type: Posts; User: tzappia
Ohhhhh! Me likey!!!!!!
Yes, John, but I don't miss photographing black dogs using film.... love those digital histograms!
Hi John, Those older Nikon's - FE2 and FM2 were great, great workhorses! I miss their durability and reliability and the fact you didn't need a battery to operate the FM2.
What a story John! Certainly an early Christmas present from above....
Photoshop: Shadow/Highlights edit will solve that problem!
Couple that with a TC 1.4 and you are in business! Nice images.
Can anyone tell me what would be the range of costs to build a training pond, per acre would be?
I have an SP-10 and busted the forend swivel screw. Can't find another.
Keep in mind real birds can inflict similar injuries: I've seen broken wing bones and toenails scratch eyes, eyelids, puncture cheeks, etc. Sh&t happens.
Does anyone know of any town-, village- or county-owned/operated retriever training grounds (other than Cooper Black)? Thanks.
I have a more pressing question: How many cups of dog food are there in a 30 pound bag. Or, the math might be easier if you say in one pound of dog food?
HPL: I just love the 300 2.8. Really like the image quality and ability to blow out a background. However, that said, my go-to, $$$ lens, has to be my 70-200 2.8 AF/IS. I've played with shooting...
Both have done remarkably well on RAW - right from the beginning. I have a 7 and 14 year old on RAW. In their transition from premium kibble I had to be careful as they put on weight after...
I feed my two goldens RAW. I buy, locally, beef and pork hearts, tongues, liver as well as turkey necks, chicken, sardines, pumpkin, assorted veggies. I also give them coconut oil, tumric and other...
I'm a big fan of the Wimberley mounts. I use the Sidekick for my 300 and the Wimberley WH-200 for my 600 4L IS. Both very smooth and great for bird or action photos. The one downfall: a bit...
Toller shot with Canon 300 2.8 AF/IS
Yes. Some of my very best images have been shot with a 300 2.8. Attach a 1.4 or 2.0 extender and you'll have a decent wildlife lens.
I think the Navy has already developed a swimmer bot
I guess that could solve the persistent problem of finding a "Test Dog"
The 70-200 2.8 AF/IS is a decent lens, when coupled with the 1.4 for hand-held flight images.