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  1. Tailgunner

    Nikon Coolpix B700 Zoom test

    It's nesting time for Raptors here in Colorado and I wanted something I could video or photograph them with for fun. My D800 isn't a sports shooter as you know and the longest lens I have is a 24-120mm F4. I thought seriously about buying a D500 and a 150-600mm sigma but thats a lot of coin for...
  2. Kjar

    Red-shouldered Hawk

    I spent two days of camping try to get a good landscape photo with my new Pentax K-1. I was getting frustrated because it was too dreary and gloomy and I was getting nothing good. Then this guy showed up by my tent. I only have a telephoto lens for my Olympus Em5 MK 2. Sometimes bigger isn't...
  3. PersistentNomad

    Getting Weird in Here

    Someone in a FB group I belong to posted a call for help on how to make one of those images where a deceased someone is a heavenly ghost angel looking down on their family. So, I stepped up to the plate and gave them a brief tutorial with two totally unrelated images of mine. I give you "Man...
  4. PersistentNomad

    Images from my hike at the West Hartford Reservoirs

    Taken today. Surprisingly, I've never been able to capture a deer, and she let me get very close. Also, it was a good day for hawking, though I admit I don't know what kind this is. Nikon D5000, 300mm f5.6 at 1/100 ISO 320 Nikon D5000, 300mm f5.6 at 1/250 ISO 320 Nikon D5000, 300mm f5.6 at...
  5. ZombiesniperJr

    hawk id help and bald eagle

    i know these are either coopers hawks or sharp shinned hawk they are different hawks some may be coopers others may be sharp shined hawks 1juvenile coopers or sharp shinned hawk4 by Logan Baldwin, on Flickr this one i think might be a sharp shinned hawk was only a little bigger then a kestral it...
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