That feeder is in a great spot as far as light is concerned. It gets it in the mornings and in the afternoons. I meter off the feeder and...
Not the best shot but I love the way the mixed light worked out.
That looks like someone went full Jurassic Park and cloned an archaeopteryx.
Here's Clucky hard at work and spitting wood chips.
Clucky has been a digging and chopping machine! He bored that hole in only three or so days. Plus he's had to fight off another male who wants to...
Clucky is a Red Bellied Wood Pecker and Bride of Clucky is his mate.
They are building a nest in a tree in my yard and I hope to eventually get...
I had one (DX version) several years ago and really liked it. But, ultimately, I replaced it with a 70-200 f/2.8.
You'll only need a ND filter if you were choosing a aperture setting that caused the shot to overexpose due to the slow shutter speed.
I looked at this on Nikon's website and saw that one of the reasons it is smaller than others is that it contains a fresnel lens for one of the...
Since this one was so big, I had to hold my camera out over the center and guess where the center was. Shot with my Samyang 14mm f/2.8
I have a couple of third-party, fully-manual lenses. When I use these, I use the internal meter.
Reptiles typically are not raised by their parents, they pop out of their shells and are ready to take on the world on their own. I'm sure yours...
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