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Great set.

What lens were you using??

CHEERS
JBO
 
Spot on bird pictures. I enjoyed observing :p Can you type the story on how you captured the moose? Strange color noise on it's rump. I can assume/understand, they are easily scared animals, and you didn't have enough time to choose your settings? Surprising because they are so damn big and scary. I always thought. Why I like them so much, the moose. I'm against hunting moose.
 
Nice set. My favorites are the Bittern and the Wren
 
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Great set.

What lens were you using??

CHEERS
JBO
Canon 500mmF4 L with a Canon 1.4 TC

Can you type the story on how you captured the moose? Strange color noise on its rump. I can assume/understand, they are easily scared animals, and you didn't have enough time to choose your settings? Surprising because they are so damn big and scary. I always thought. Why I like them so much, the moose. I'm against hunting moose.
I was out with my son birding when he strolled through the marsh.
No colour noise, that is what his fur looked like from shedding.
I had 4 minutes to choose my settings. They can be timid however not as jumpy as you would think.

You make a lot of assumptions. Just assume people know what they're doing and got the shot they wanted.
 
You make a lot of assumptions. Just assume people know what they're doing and got the shot they wanted.
I said assumptions as an act of humility. And you take out a can of woop ass out on me. Geez.

Well Mr. Zombie sniper or Trevor. When I was a boy between the ages of 7 and 12 I lived near plenty of marshes. 2 very large ones. And I walked and slushed around in them. And sometimes I came across fully grown moose with antlers. Have you seen how god damn tall they are when your literally 10 feet away from them? They are monsters. But act like mice. They get startled Mr. Zombie Sniper and they run for it. I've heard of moose killing children when they get to close. But I'm from Western Canada. Maybe your Eastern moose are smaller and friendlier.
 
I said assumptions as an act of humility. And you take out a can of woop ass out on me. Geez.

Well Mr. Zombie sniper or Trevor. When I was a boy between the ages of 7 and 12 I lived near plenty of marshes. 2 very large ones. And I walked and slushed around in them. And sometimes I came across fully grown moose with antlers. Have you seen how god damn tall they are when your literally 10 feet away from them? They are monsters. But act like mice. They get startled Mr. Zombie Sniper and they run for it. I've heard of moose killing children when they get to close. But I'm from Western Canada. Maybe your Eastern moose are smaller and friendlier.
My coment was mostly because of the noise comment. Your western moose must not loose their winter coat and yes some of our eastern moose must be a little more confident.
 
My coment was mostly because of the noise comment. Your western moose must not loose their winter coat and yes some of our eastern moose must be a little more confident.
I've only seen moose in the summer and fall. They travel to different marshes throughout the year. Some of them have been recorded to have traveled 200 km. This is not an elk we're talking about. They have their own area's they frequent.

If you look on this page on a 23 inch calibrated monitor. The first image is fine but after looking at all bird images the noise in the first image is more apparent then the rest. From the way the light falls on the moose head I can only guess that it's the end of the day. I don't know which way is North so I can't know for sure. So then I thought you must have used a higher iso setting which produced the noise... I did not think of it at the time but it could also be that the image is lower resolution (not pixel size) optimized for web etc.
I summarize. It was not my intention to bruise your ego. I like your photography and I chose a subject I thought you would relate to well and talk more then just posting images. Like photographers do on so many different websites.
 
I've only seen moose in the summer and fall. They travel to different marshes throughout the year. Some of them have been recorded to have traveled 200 km. This is not an elk we're talking about. They have their own area's they frequent.

If you look on this page on a 23 inch calibrated monitor. The first image is fine but after looking at all bird images the noise in the first image is more apparent then the rest. From the way the light falls on the moose head I can only guess that it's the end of the day. I don't know which way is North so I can't know for sure. So then I thought you must have used a higher iso setting which produced the noise... I did not think of it at the time but it could also be that the image is lower resolution (not pixel size) optimized for web etc.
I summarize. It was not my intention to bruise your ego. I like your photography and I chose a subject I thought you would relate to well and talk more then just posting images. Like photographers do on so many different websites.
This image was cropped a bit more because the animal was 1/2 kilometre away. No other editing difference to the rest of the images.
What “bruises my ego” (I’ve looked at your images) is when someone comes in and incorrectly interprets editing errors with detail.
 
This image was cropped a bit more because the animal was 1/2 kilometre away. No other editing difference to the rest of the images.
What “bruises my ego” (I’ve looked at your images) is when someone comes in and incorrectly interprets editing errors with detail.
That is a good point. interprets editing errors with detail. Cropping and enlarging would definitely increase iso noise. So you did not do that with your bird pictures? I just asked because you had no detail but a title. And I was and still am fascinated by your photographs. Small talk. I hope your not still "bruised."
 
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