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Date: Thu May 1, 2008
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Great shot Rob....the light makes this image special, I think.....very well done...SmileAlan

Did you use spot metering with this?

Just read your profile and see that we use the same lens, and dream about the same lens. The 400 f2.8 has one big drawback for wildlife though, being a prime lens the image is already framed, and to change it you have to physically move. But it would be nice with the x2 extender.... 800mm f5.6 with AF and IS.....wouldn't say noSmile
#1 Thu May 1, 2008 9:53am

Thanks Alan, the low light levels did not help, I am pleased with it as it was a hand held grab shot, the IS helped. Centre weighted average metering was used.
400mm 2.8, lol. Its still a far off dream for me, but I will have one, one day. I use the Canon 400d and taking into account the crop factor, a 400mm EF lens becomes a 646mm lens and with a 2X extender it should AF at 1292mm. Need a wimberley head for that one I think.

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#2 Thu May 1, 2008 10:51am

Nicely done Rob. the lighting is spot on....john
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#3 Thu May 1, 2008 11:18am

A really lovely atmospheric shot. Well captured. Viv
#4 Thu May 1, 2008 12:01pm

Lovely capture Rob. I agree with Alan about the light in this shot.
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#5 Thu May 1, 2008 5:54pm

Rob; This is perfect cconsidering the lighting looks as though its near evening...
Infact the lighting adds so much to their coloring... and the tones of nature come through more... at least thats my opinion.. Smile
#6 Thu May 1, 2008 7:22pm

Thanks all.

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#7 Fri May 2, 2008 2:29pm

Beautiful shot, very rich in tones and color. I like the interaction of their eyes. Maggi
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