Type: Posts; User: tzappia
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.
Good point, Erik
Know what? You can have the most expensive camera body and camera lens money can buy, but if your composition and lighting is crap, so goes your image. Learn these two very important photographic...
Nonsense. Not only do I vest my Goldens, but I double-vest them and when they get out of the water in place a SUGAR coat on them.
Owner thinks it might be trigeminal neuritis
Evidently, she is not in any pain.