Discussion in 'Nature & Wildlife' started by Didereaux, Mar 1, 2016.
They are looking better, there's more light but they still look dotted to me. What I'm seeing is tiny little black dots all over that give it a speckled appearance and I don't know if that's from too high an ISO or is it noise due to a lack of light? What ISO did you use for those pics? Is your aper. all the way open?
400 ISO f/9 white balance auto.. although i did change the ISO throughout to see what each photo would change for the better.. but most were 400 ISO so i assume this one was too.. maybe i sharpened a little too much..
I'm baffled, I'll say no more on it and wish you the best with it. Maybe I'll have the same luck with the new lens I just ordered last night. I bought a Tamron 150-600mm F5-6.3 DI VC USD. My other lens for nature (70-200mm) just didn't zoom quite enough. I'll likely be selling it to recoup some loss.
500mm with 1.4x extender, so 700mm for some awesome reach.
oh not a big deal.. will continue to practice and adjust and learn........congratulations on your new lens.......i cannot wait to see the photos........... i am putting a new lens off until xmas.....
found this little guy in the fog .. i cleaned and replaced all the hummingbirds feeders.. and of course they are not around.. probably down at neighbors house..lol
I like the chubby ones the best, they're so cute! Nice pic!
thanks i do too...also like his markings..
first one to the seeds
You really zoomed in on that dude! Hey, I just received my new lens and here I am talking. What is wrong with me?! Bye!
wow Kirk.. yes have fun..please share it all.. and especially those photos....
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