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James23p Moderator Awarded for his wide variety of skills, a true generalist both in film and digital photography Nikonian since 25th Apr 2004Tue 01-Jul-08 01:56 PM
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"July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
Tue 01-Jul-08 02:02 PM by James23p

Memphis, US
          

So lets see the wonderful animal shots D80 forum, and most of all have fun!

Rules:
--Post as many images as you like but only one image/post
--Include shooting info like lens, white balance, filters used…
--Previously posted images are welcome
--When posting images please do so by hitting the ‘Reply’ link below this top post, not the reply link to another post.
--Include a title in the subject line when you post


Have fun D80 forum!


Jim

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James23p Moderator Awarded for his wide variety of skills, a true generalist both in film and digital photography Nikonian since 25th Apr 2004Tue 01-Jul-08 02:04 PM
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#1. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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Memphis, US
          

Strong and proud!



D80 and 70=300G AF-S ED VR

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RockyIII Gold Member Nikonian since 27th May 2006Tue 01-Jul-08 02:25 PM
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#2. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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Raleigh, US
          

Wow James, that's an awesome shot!

Question: What are all those thin vertical white lines in the background?

Rocky

  

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James23p Moderator Awarded for his wide variety of skills, a true generalist both in film and digital photography Nikonian since 25th Apr 2004Tue 01-Jul-08 05:53 PM
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#3. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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It was raining well actually misting.

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#123. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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AE
          

Nice shot!

Did you do any enhancement by software or this is directly from your camera?

  

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#4. "Oppossum Eating Cat Food"
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Newburgh, US
          

Oppossums occasionally eat our cat's food on the deck. I took this photo through the glass door using:

D80
Nikkor 18-135 at 95mm
SB-600 flash
f5.6
1/60
ISO 140

C & C welcome.



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#5. "Raccoon eating cat food"
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Newburgh, US
          

Same as previous post. Raccoons also frequent our cat's food bowl on the deck.

Nikon D80
Nikkor 18-135 at 100mm
SB-600 flash
f8
1/60
ISO 400

C & C welcome



Denny Riffert
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#6. "Great Blue Heron"
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US
          

Captured this over the weekend. Look at his wings..





D80
Nikkor 18-135 at 135mm
ISO 200
f8
1/80

C & C is always welcome.

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#7. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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US
          

Great photos all keep them coming..

  

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#8. "Llama from Prague's ZOO"
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http://www.pina.cz/img/2008/05/ZOO_6p.jpg

Taken with

D80
70-200/2.8VR
EXIF included

PP done in NX 1.3

Martin "PiNa" Pilny
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#9. "Flamingo from Prague's ZOO"
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http://www.pina.cz/img/2008/05/ZOO_3p.jpg

Taken the same day as the previous one.

D80
Nikkor 70-200/2.8VR
EXIF included

Martin "PiNa" Pilny
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#10. "Race horse"
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Wed 02-Jul-08 02:06 PM by brantlyj

Altoona, US
          

A customers race horse in the stables at the local track.
I'm thinking of printing this for her so any comments are welcome.

I'm sure this could be made better in PS, but I have no clue what I'm doing in there. Any helpful suggestions are also welcome.

D80, 50mm, 1.8, 1/60, iso 100, built-in flash

  

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#11. "Barn Cat"
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Altoona, US
          

This little guy was a little shy about getting his picture taken.

  

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James23p Moderator Awarded for his wide variety of skills, a true generalist both in film and digital photography Nikonian since 25th Apr 2004Thu 03-Jul-08 12:43 PM
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#12. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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Memphis, US
          

Here's one of a Red Panda way up in a tree, I'd say 30 feet or so.

D80
70-300G AF-S ED VR
1/20 yes 1/20 hand held the VR really works
f5.6
ISO 100


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#13. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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Thu 03-Jul-08 12:46 PM by James23p

Memphis, US
          

Power and Pride

D80
70-300G AF-S ED VR
1/80
f5.6
ISO 100


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#14. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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US
          

Anhinga this morning



D80/70-300mm @ 195mm
1/40
f8
ISO 250

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ronzo Silver Member Nikonian since 04th Jan 2008Sun 06-Jul-08 01:25 AM
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#15. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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Chester Springs, US
          




D80
18-135mm lens
135mm focal length
f/5.6
1/100 shutter speed

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#16. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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Memphis, US
          

I see you!

D80
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ISO 200
f5.6
1/20 hand held yes Nikon's VR does work


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#17. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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Memphis, US
          

I look good!(laughing Gull)

D80
70-300G AF-S ED VR
1/320
f5.6
ISO 100


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#18. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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Memphis, US
          

Incoming!(laughing gulls, last one)

D80
70-300G AF-S ED VR
1/320
f5.6
ISO 100


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#19. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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Sun 06-Jul-08 12:32 PM by James23p

Memphis, US
          

Launch!

D80
Nikkor 500mm f4 Ai-P Manual Focus
1/1000
f4
ISO 100
Tripod Mounted





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#20. "The frog in my fish pond"
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Carmel, US
          

Previously posted, but a recent shot.
http://www.sonicartistry.net/zemlinphotos/nikonians/DSC_2329_edit_s.JPG

Camera Model Name : NIKON D80
Exposure Time : 1/60
F Number : 6.0
Exposure Program : Program AE
ISO : 400
Metering Mode : Multi-segment
Flash : Auto, Fired, Return detected
Focal Length : 300.0mm
White Balance : Flash
Focus Mode : AF-S
Flash Setting : Normal
Flash Type : Optional,Ttl
Light Source : Speedlight SB-600
Focal Length In 35mm Format : 450mm
Lens : 75-300mm f/4.2-5.6 AF

Shot as JPG and PP in Corel PSP X2.

Karl Zemlin - www.sonicartistry.net
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#21. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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Memphis, US
          

Get my good side please!

Jim

D80
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ISO 100
f8
1/200
Tripod mounted


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DCJ Registered since 09th Jul 2008Wed 09-Jul-08 03:05 AM
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#22. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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Female Hummingbird

This picture was taken through a picture window at a distance of about 4 feet.



Model = NIKON D80
Quantaray AF LD 70-300mm 4-5.6 Tele - Macro(1:2)
Focal Length = 300mm
Exposure Time = 1/4000"
F Number = F5.6
ISO Speed Used = 800
Metering Mode = Spot
Focus Mode = AF-C
Exposure Program = Shutter priority
Flash = Off
Exposure Mode = Auto exposure
White Balance = Auto white balance
Scene Capture Type = Normal
Gain Control = Low gain up
Contrast = Hard
Saturation = Normal
Sharpness = Hard
Colour Mode = COLOR
Quality = FINE
White Balance = AUTO
Sharpening = HIGH
Noise Reduction = OFF

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archang3l378 Registered since 13th Sep 2006Wed 09-Jul-08 03:13 AM
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#23. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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Wed 09-Jul-08 03:14 AM by archang3l378

US
          

http://i103.photobucket.com/albums/m144/archang3l378/D80/DSC_8257.jpg
Lens: 18-135mm
f-stop: f/5.6
iso: iso-1000
focal length: 135mm
metering: pattern
35mm focal length: 202
Flash: SB-800
Flash Mode: TTL
Program Mode: Manual
WB: Auto

  

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DCJ Registered since 09th Jul 2008Wed 09-Jul-08 03:30 AM
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#24. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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Male Cardinal

This picture was taken from a distance of about 50 feet.



Model = NIKON D80
Quantaray AF LD 70-300mm 4-5.6 Tele - Macro(1:2)
Focal Length = 300mm
Exposure Time = 1/125"
F Number = F5.6
ISO Speed Used = 900
Metering Mode = Spot
Focus Mode = AF-C
Exposure Program = Shutter priority
Flash = Off
Exposure Mode = Auto exposure
Scene Capture Type = Normal
Gain Control = High gain up
Contrast = Hard
Saturation = High saturation
Sharpness = Hard
White Balance = AUTO
Sharpening = HIGH
Colour Mode = MODE3a
Lighting Type = NATURAL
Noise Reduction = OFF
Saturation = ENHANCED

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#25. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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Rabbit In The Grass



Model = NIKON D80
Quantaray AF LD 70-300mm 4-5.6 Tele - Macro(1:2)
Focal Length = 300mm
Exposure Time = 1/125"
F Number = F5.6
ISO Speed Used = 140
Metering Mode = Spot
Focus Mode = AF-C
Exposure Program = Normal program
Flash = Off
Saturation = High saturation
Sharpness = Hard
White Balance = AUTO
Sharpening = HIGH
Colour Mode = MODE3a
Lighting Type = NATURAL
Noise Reduction = OFF
Saturation = ENHANCED

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#26. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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US
          

Male Hummingbird Guarding The Feeder

This picture was taken in full sun using the on camera flash thus causing the dark background.




Model = NIKON D80
Quantaray AF LD 70-300mm 4-5.6 Tele - Macro(1:2)
Focal Length = 260mm
Exposure Time = 1/200"
F Number = F5.3
ISO Speed Used = 280
Metering Mode = Spot
Focus Mode = AF-C
Exposure Program = Shutter priority
Flash = Flash fired, auto mode, return light detected
Exposure Mode = Auto exposure
White Balance = Auto white balance
Gain Control = None
Contrast = Normal
Saturation = Normal
Sharpness = Hard
White Balance = AUTO
Sharpening = HIGH
Colour Mode = MODE3a
Noise Reduction = OFF

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James23p Moderator Awarded for his wide variety of skills, a true generalist both in film and digital photography Nikonian since 25th Apr 2004Wed 09-Jul-08 12:40 PM
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#27. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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Memphis, US
          

Rusty

This is my daughters horse.

D80
70-300G AF-S ED VR
ISO 100
f5
1/400



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#28. "Cat Nap"
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Carmel, US
          

http://www.cheap-tracks.com/zemlinphotos/misc/winnie%20wallpaper.JPG
Cropped and sized as a wallpaper for my wife's laptop.

D80
28-85 AF Nikkor @85mm
F4.5
1/60
ISO200
SB-22 flash

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#29. "Dexter (cat)"
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Carmel, US
          

He's not our most photogenic cat, but I like the detail and texture in this shot. I also like how the background worked out. He was sitting on the edge of the bed and I shot upward to get the wall in the background rather than the cluttered bed.

www.sonicartistry.net/zemlinphotos/nikonians/dexter_blue.jpg

File Type : NEF
Camera Model Name : NIKON D80
Exposure Time : 1/60
F Number : 9.0
Exposure Program : Aperture-priority AE
ISO : 200
Flash : Auto, Fired, Return detected
White Balance : Sunny
Focus Mode : AF-S
Lens Type : AF
Lens : 28-85mm f/3.5-4.5
Flash Mode : Fired, External
AF Area Mode : Single Area
AF Point : Center

Flash is a camera-mounted SB600 with a simple diffuser card.

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driffert Silver Member Nikonian since 26th Jul 2007Thu 10-Jul-08 05:31 PM
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#30. "Annabelle"
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Newburgh, US
          

Nikon D80
Nikkor 18-135 at 135mm
Nikon SB-600 flash
f5.6
1/60
ISO 100
cropped & converted to sepia in Photoshop Elements



Denny Riffert
Newburgh, IN
Nikon D80
My Nikonians Gallery


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brantlyj Silver Member Nikonian since 21st Dec 2007Thu 10-Jul-08 09:26 PM
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#31. "Give Me a Kiss"
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Thu 10-Jul-08 09:32 PM by brantlyj

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The following set of pictures were all taken at the Zoo last night.
In July the local Zoo has a Zoo Brew on Wednesdays. Adult's only and they have live music and beer samples.

I'm posting from work so I don't have the EXIF data. I know I screwed up some as I forgot to up the ISO as it got later. So I have about 600 images and about 100 turned out. lol Bummer as the animals were very active last night.

Would like thoughts on this. This is my Wife. It happened so fast I took it at whatever setting it was already set up for. Obviously it is a shollow DOF. Probably 1.8 as I had my 50 mm lens on at the time.
If I had the chance do you think a deeper DOF they would both be better as they would both be in focus? She was actually alot closer than this pic implies. Wish I could fix it somehow?


  

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brantlyj Silver Member Nikonian since 21st Dec 2007Thu 10-Jul-08 09:27 PM
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#32. "Just Another Day"
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Baby JP and mom Rosie

  

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#47. "RE: Just Another Day"
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Portage, US
          

Cute - I like it.
My proposal for a caption: "1 2 3 Kick"
Lee
From the rocking of the cradle to the rolling of the hearse, the going up was worth the coming down

  

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brantlyj Silver Member Nikonian since 21st Dec 2007Thu 10-Jul-08 09:28 PM
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#33. "RE: elephant"
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brantlyj Silver Member Nikonian since 21st Dec 2007Thu 10-Jul-08 09:28 PM
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#34. "Look At Me"
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brantlyj Silver Member Nikonian since 21st Dec 2007Thu 10-Jul-08 09:29 PM
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#35. "Otter"
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brantlyj Silver Member Nikonian since 21st Dec 2007Thu 10-Jul-08 09:29 PM
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#36. "Tough Day"
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brantlyj Silver Member Nikonian since 21st Dec 2007Thu 10-Jul-08 09:30 PM
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#37. "Lion"
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I don't know PS to well and did Auto Levels. Think it went to far. Agree, disagree?

  

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#38. "Who Are You Looking At?"
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Graceland Silver Member Nikonian since 19th Mar 2006Fri 11-Jul-08 02:27 AM
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#39. "Working Dogs #1"
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Memphis, US
          

I posted a couple of these a while back in one of the other forums. Here in Memphis we have approximately (at any given time) 35 horse drawn Carriages who offer their services for tourists and locals alike - taking people for a slow ride around downtown Memphis and the Mississippi River front. Almost all of these carriages have a dog that rides with them on the carriage. Many of the dogs are rescue dogs from the local shelters and, as you can see, there is no particular "breed" requirement for the job. These shots are among the ones I have been collecting. I hope to eventually put together a photobook on the "Carriage Dogs of Memphis" (or some other equally catchy title) that the Humane Society can sell at the local bookstores as a fundraiser.

Info: 28mm; 1/25 @ f4.5, ISO 200



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Graceland Silver Member Nikonian since 19th Mar 2006Fri 11-Jul-08 02:41 AM
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#40. "Working Dog #2"
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Memphis, US
          


Info: 70mm; 1/400 @ f5; ISO 200



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Stradibarrius Silver Member Nikonian since 17th Mar 2007Sat 12-Jul-08 09:34 PM
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#50. "RE: Working Dog #2"
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Monroe, US
          

I like this shot!

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"Generalizations are made because they are Generally true"

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Graceland Silver Member Nikonian since 19th Mar 2006Fri 11-Jul-08 02:43 AM
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#41. "Working Dog #3"
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Memphis, US
          

Info: 85mm; 1/30 @f4; ISO 160



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Graceland Silver Member Nikonian since 19th Mar 2006Fri 11-Jul-08 02:45 AM
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#42. "Working Dog #4"
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Memphis, US
          

info: 35mm; 1/160 @f2.8; ISO 200



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Graceland Silver Member Nikonian since 19th Mar 2006Fri 11-Jul-08 02:48 AM
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#43. "Working Dog #5"
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Memphis, US
          

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Graceland Silver Member Nikonian since 19th Mar 2006Fri 11-Jul-08 02:51 AM
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#45. "Working Dog #6"
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Memphis, US
          

Okay - no more after this one!
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Stradibarrius Silver Member Nikonian since 17th Mar 2007Sat 12-Jul-08 09:36 PM
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#51. "RE: Working Dog #6"
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Monroe, US
          

I like this one too. I see some personality here!

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Graceland Silver Member Nikonian since 19th Mar 2006Sun 13-Jul-08 01:33 AM
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#52. "RE: Working Dog #6"
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Memphis, US
          

Thanks for commenting Barry. This one was a real cutie and very photogenic(which explains why I have several pics of him! In fact, the last three I posted here are all of him). He was just a few months old and new to the Carriage business. Take care.

Jeff

  

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#44. "Bad Hair Day"
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Carmel, US
          

an emu at the Indianapolis Zoo.

http://www.sonicartistry.net/zemlinphotos/nikonians/DSC_2596_2S.jpg


Exposure Time : 1/250
F Number : 9.0
Exposure Program : Program AE
ISO : 200
Flash : Auto, Fired, Return detected
Focal Length : 195.0mm

Sigma 70-200 APO and an SB600

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zemlin Basic MemberFri 18-Jul-08 02:07 AM
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#56. "RE: Bad Hair Day"
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Carmel, US
          

I was way off on the lens info

Sigma APO 75-300 f/4-5.6

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#46. "Nut-Faced"
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Carmel, US
          

also posted before, but one of my favorites
http://www.sonicartistry.net/zemlinphotos/nikonians/DSC_1051_cropped_reduced.htm


Exposure Time : 1/500
F Number : 6.0
Exposure Program : Program AE
ISO : 320
Focal Length : 300.0mm

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Cookies35 Silver Member Nikonian since 18th Apr 2007Fri 18-Jul-08 09:55 PM
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#60. "RE: Nut-Faced"
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NL
          

Man-o-man! Squirrels celebrate Thanksgiving too?!?!!!?

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#48. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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Las Vegas, US
          


Vegasvic II
Nevadan Nikonian, USA

D80, Tamron 55-200mm LD DiII
1/125 f/10 200mm HH
100

Title: Wild Burro I AM


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PeterA03 Registered since 29th Dec 2007Sat 12-Jul-08 07:29 PM
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#49. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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Sat 12-Jul-08 07:38 PM by PeterA03

Beverly Hills, US
          

Lovebirds


D80 70-300G AF-S ED VR f/8 1/100 sec @300mm

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#53. "A giraffe from WDW Animal Kingdom"
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I am no photographer, but I do take pictures...

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#54. "Best friend ever..."
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Toronto / Oshawa, CA
          

This is a picture of my dog - there is a sad story behind it...
I thought I would share it with you, although I must admit it was not taken with a Nikon camera.

http://ca.geocities.com./laurontario/Foto/BestFriendEver.jpg

  

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#55. "Swimming? The Dog"
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KC, US
          

I was out taking some fountain shots and this guys walks in front of me with his retriever on a leash swimming around the pond...I had to take the oppurtunity! 18-200 VR f5.6 @ 20mm

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Cookies35 Silver Member Nikonian since 18th Apr 2007Fri 18-Jul-08 08:30 PM
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#57. "RE: Nearly grown"
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Fri 18-Jul-08 09:31 PM by Cookies35

NL
          

A pair of Canada geese who live in our neighborhood took the young-uns out for a stroll today. I was astounded at how close they came to me (they approached me!), almost begging me to take their picture. I got lots of family shots, but this portrait of one of the young-uns came out best. Here's the link to the original.


D80
Nikon 70-300mm f/4-5.6G @ 300mm
f/5.6 @ 1/100

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#58. "RE: You got anything?"
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Fri 18-Jul-08 09:30 PM by Cookies35

NL
          

While I was out with my camera, a woman had gathered some ducks around her by tossing them bread. I set up shop a few yards away from her, to take their (the ducks) pictures. The ducks, as it turned out, were just as interested in me, wondering if I had brought something along for them as well. Then one of them decided to stop beating around the bush, and simply asked me: "You got anything?"

Here's the original.


D80
Nikon 70-300mm f/4-5.6G @ 300mm
f/5.6 @ 1/500

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Cookies35 Silver Member Nikonian since 18th Apr 2007Fri 18-Jul-08 09:26 PM
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#59. "RE: Change of Tactics"
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NL
          

After his compadre's query (he was ever so polite) failed ever so badly to get my attention (or so they thought ), another member of the gang decided to change tactics. He started to flirt with me shamelessly. In this case I think the picture really looks better in the original!

(Most of my photos aren't good enough yet so that a change of size, resolution, you name it, makes much of a difference. But in this case, it does, or at least, I think it does ...)


D80
Nikon 70-300mm f/4-5.6G @ 300mm
f/5.6 @ 1/320

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I might just have to go back and take the boys some bread ...
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#61. "Incomming"
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US
          




Model = NIKON D80
Quantaray AF LD 70-300mm 4-5.6 Tele - Macro(1:2)
Exposure Time = 1/4000"
F Number = F5.6
Exposure Program = Shutter priority
ISO Speed Ratings = 800
Metering Mode = Spot
Focal Length = 300mm
Focus Mode = AF-C

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DCJ Registered since 09th Jul 2008Sun 20-Jul-08 10:17 PM
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#62. "Male Hunningbird Feeding"
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US
          




Model = NIKON D80
Quantaray AF LD 70-300mm 4-5.6 Tele - Macro(1:2)
Exposure Time = 1/200"
F Number = F4.8
Exposure Program = Shutter priority
ISO Speed Ratings = 200
Metering Mode = Spot
Flash = Flash fired, auto mode, return light detected
Focal Length = 185mm
Focus Mode = AF-S
Flash Setting = NORMAL
Auto Flash Mode = Built-in,TTL

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DCJ Registered since 09th Jul 2008Sun 20-Jul-08 10:19 PM
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#63. "Female Hummingbird Feeding"
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US
          




Model = NIKON D80
Quantaray AF LD 70-300mm 4-5.6 Tele - Macro(1:2)
Exposure Time = 1/200"
F Number = F4.8
Exposure Program = Shutter priority
ISO Speed Ratings = 160
Metering Mode = Spot
Flash = Flash fired, auto mode, return light detected
Focal Length = 185mm
Focus Mode = AF-S
Flash Setting = NORMAL
Auto Flash Mode = Built-in,TTL

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Phirefighter Registered since 22nd Jul 2008Tue 22-Jul-08 11:11 PM
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#64. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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US
          

Hi, I'm new to the forum, and new to my D-80. After I saw this thread, I had to post something instead of lurking though. These are photos I got on my trip to Southern Illinois last week.

http://i335.photobucket.com/albums/m453/Phirefighter/bantyhen4small.jpg

D-80
Nikkor 55-200 @ 200
1/60 sec
F/5.6
ISO 200

http://i335.photobucket.com/albums/m453/Phirefighter/bee.jpg

D-80
Nikkor 55-200 @ 200
1/3000 sec
F/5.6
ISO 400

http://i335.photobucket.com/albums/m453/Phirefighter/spider.jpg

D-80
Nikkor 18-55 @ 55
1/500 sec
F/5.6
ISO 200

http://i335.photobucket.com/albums/m453/Phirefighter/duckwingspan.jpg

D-80
Nikkor 55-200 @ 185
1/500 sec
f/5.6
ISO 400


Some minor color correction and cropping was done with Corel Photo X2.

Criticism and negativity are welcome, I'm still learning how to USE my camera and that should be quite obvious.

Rock



  

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PhotoJim Registered since 05th Feb 2008Wed 23-Jul-08 01:31 AM
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#65. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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US
          

First upload to these boards... A big pile of hot and very contended looking snake.

From the Philadelphia zoo this weekend...
Nikon D80
18-200 VR (56mm)
1/125sec @f / 5.0
1600 ISO




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PhotoJim Registered since 05th Feb 2008Wed 23-Jul-08 01:36 AM
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#66. "See No Evil"
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US
          

I could not get these guys to follow directions. I only wanted them to cover their mouth, ears and eyes...

From the Philadelphia zoo this weekend...
Nikon D80
18-200 VR (105mm)
1/8sec @f / 5.6 (handheld)
1600 ISO


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PhotoJim Registered since 05th Feb 2008Wed 23-Jul-08 01:42 AM
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#68. "RE: Here's looking at you"
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From the Philadelphia zoo this weekend...
Nikon D80
18-200 VR (105mm)
1/50sec @f / 5.6
1600 ISO


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c_ford Registered since 03rd Oct 2007Wed 23-Jul-08 01:37 AM
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#67. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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US
          





Our latest addition, Reba and her mom Impressive. This picture was shot using the following:
Nikon D80
2008/05/26 00:46:00.3
JPEG (8-bit) Normal
Image Size: Large (3872 x 2592)
Color
Lens: 18-200mm F/3.5-6.3 G
Focal Length: 200mm
Digital Vari-Program: Sports
Metering Mode: Multi-Pattern
1/500 sec - F/6.3
Exposure Comp.: 0 EV

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c_ford Registered since 03rd Oct 2007Wed 23-Jul-08 01:53 AM
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#69. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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Kitty Sasha

Nikon D80
Shutter 1/125
Apeture 6.3
Exposure mode portrait
focul length 200 mm
with flash
White balance auto.
No editing or enhancements

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Chris35rt Registered since 28th Jun 2008Wed 23-Jul-08 01:57 AM
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#70. "Female Rubythroat feeding"
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Captured this female rubythroat feeding.




Nikon D80
18-135mm @ 135mm
1/250
f6.3
iso400


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PhotoJim Registered since 05th Feb 2008Wed 23-Jul-08 02:09 AM
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#71. "Snowy Egret on Takeoff"
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US
          

Nikon D80
Sigma 50-500 (135mm)
1/60 sec @ f/ 6.7
ISO 800

One of my first attempts with the Bigma. Part of learning about focal length and shutter speed, but also one of my better looking mistakes.




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c_ford Registered since 03rd Oct 2007Wed 23-Jul-08 02:14 AM
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#72. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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Horsin around.

Nikon D80
2007/08/28 05:03:54.6
JPEG (8-bit) Normal
Image Size: Large (3872 x 2592)
Color
Lens: 18-200mm F/3.5-6.3 G
Focal Length: 85mm
Digital Vari-Program: Sports
Metering Mode: Multi-Pattern
1/1000 sec - F/5.6
Exposure Comp.: 0 EV
Sensitivity: ISO 180
Optimize Image:
White Balance: Auto
AF Mode: AF-A
Flash Sync Mode: Not Attached
Color Mode: Mode Ia (sRGB)
Tone Comp.: Auto
Hue Adjustment: 0°
Saturation: Auto
Sharpening: Auto
Image Comment:
Long Exposure NR: Off
High ISO NR: Off

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spootdad Registered since 27th Dec 2006Wed 23-Jul-08 03:13 PM
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#73. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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Wed 23-Jul-08 03:14 PM by spootdad

Portage, US
          

I took this June 28, while waiting for All Star baseball practice to begin.
Lens: Sigma 100-300 f4 HSM @ 280mm
Aperture: F5
Shutter speed: 1/1000 sec
Matrix Metering
ISO setting: 200
Camera and lens were on tripod/ballhead
Sorry - forgot to add
Cropped, sharpened, converted from RAW to JPEG with Capture NX2

From the rocking of the cradle to the rolling of the hearse, the going up was worth the coming down


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billinhrco Registered since 10th Jul 2008Thu 24-Jul-08 04:59 AM
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#74. "Elk in Rocky Mountain National Park Colorado USA"
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Highlands Ranch, US
          

D80 18-135 at 95mm 1/320 f/7.1 at ISO 100 taken in shutter priority.

There are large herds of Elk throughout the park. These bulls were less than 100 feet from Trail Ridge Road at about 11,500 feet elevation.


Bill Jackson

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darkone Registered since 17th Jun 2008Fri 25-Jul-08 08:55 PM
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#75. "Tiger in the water"
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Fri 25-Jul-08 09:00 PM by darkone

US
          

A Bengal Tiger from the Austin Zoo. You can still see a little of the chain link fence I had to shoot through.

http://flickr.com/photos/huckschwee/537975083/sizes/l


Camera: Nikon D80
Exposure: 0.002 sec (1/640)
Aperture: f/5.6
Focal Length: 300 mm
ISO Speed: 200
Exposure Bias: 0/6 EV
ISO Speed: 200

  

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darkone Registered since 17th Jun 2008Fri 25-Jul-08 08:57 PM
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#76. "Peacock"
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Fri 25-Jul-08 09:01 PM by darkone

US
          

Everyone loves peacocks

http://flickr.com/photos/huckschwee/537849298/sizes/l

Camera: Nikon D80
Exposure: 0.004 sec (1/250)
Aperture: f/5
Focal Length: 210 mm
ISO Speed: 400
Exposure Bias: 0/6 EV
ISO Speed: 400

  

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darkone Registered since 17th Jun 2008Fri 25-Jul-08 08:58 PM
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#77. "Squattin' Squirrel"
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Fri 25-Jul-08 09:03 PM by darkone

US
          

Silly Squirrel

http://flickr.com/photos/huckschwee/528586064/sizes/l

Camera: Nikon D80
Exposure: 0.01 sec (1/100)
Aperture: f/5
Focal Length: 200 mm
ISO Speed: 400
Exposure Bias: 0/6 EV
ISO Speed: 400

  

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darkone Registered since 17th Jun 2008Fri 25-Jul-08 09:05 PM
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#78. "Suicidal Money"
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Suicidal Money

http://flickr.com/photos/huckschwee/537849324/sizes/l

Camera: Nikon D80
Exposure: 0.004 sec (1/250)
Aperture: f/5
Focal Length: 200 mm
ISO Speed: 400
Exposure Bias: 0/6 EV
ISO Speed: 400

  

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WD4MLA Silver Member Nikonian since 10th Nov 2002Fri 25-Jul-08 11:18 PM
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#79. "White Squirrel"
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Sylva, US
          

This is a white squirrel photographed in Brevard, NC. These are true white squirrels and not albinos. Appoxiately 25% of the squirrels in Brevard are white.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/by_jerry_jaynes/2682903875/sizes/l/

f/5.6
1/160
lens 70-200vr Nikkor
280mm
white balance cloudy

Jerry Jaynes
Great Smoky Mountains
of North Carolina

http://www.flickr.com/photos/by_jerry_jaynes/

  

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0 and 2 Registered since 21st Jul 2008Sat 26-Jul-08 02:03 AM
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#80. "Cat on a hot...well...in my new Nikon D80 box!"
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Seminole, US
          

Brand new to the forum and a new D80 owner. It's been awhile since I've fiddled with f stops, ISO, WB, and shutter speeds! Looking forward to learning a lot here though. This is our cat, Ally, immediately taking up residence in my D80 box after opening!



Nikon D80
AF-S Nikkor 18-200mm DX
1/60 s
ISO 200
f/4.8
0.0 eV
Cropped in Photoshop

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jfuji Gold Member Nikonian since 26th Feb 2007Sat 26-Jul-08 04:57 AM
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#81. "Bear Watch"
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Carstairs, CA
          

I found this fellow eating some greens on the side of the highway. He had his head down eating most of the time, when something caught his attention and he looked up and posed for this shot.



Nikon D80
Tokina 80-400mm
270mm
f5.3
1/250
ISO 400
AWB
CW Metering

John Fujimagari



"Working for Ansel was the only time 'I was taking a picture' was a good excuse for being late for work"
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#82. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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Sun 27-Jul-08 05:13 PM by phlash46

Peekskill, US
          

My favorite. A fawn licking his/her chops at the sight of my wife's garden through the fence behind us. Taken with a D80, 70-300mm lens, VR on at 300mm, f/5.6, 1/125, WB shade. I call it Lunch!





New York Nikoner
My Nikonians Gallery

"Insanity is repeating the same process expecting a different result" Albert Einstein

NAS can go into remission, but, it is incurable.

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#83. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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Toronto, CA
          

300 mm
f/5.6
1/1000
iso 1600



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#84. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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IN
          

OFF TOPIC: My animal photos are on imageshack. I've tried earlier to post the link here hoping the photo would show, but it doesn't. How do I post my photographs so that they show inside the message?

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Nikon F801, D80 & Fuji Finepix S602 Zoom
Nikon AF Zoom-Nikkor 35-70mm f/3.3-4.5
Nikon AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6G IF-ED
Nikon AF-S VR Zoom-Nikkor 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6G IF-ED
Nikon Speed Light SB-24 & SB-400
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gd1418 Registered since 02nd May 2008Wed 30-Jul-08 03:50 AM
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#85. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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IN
          

NEELGAI - a type of large deer found in the Indian jungles

http://img512.imageshack.us/img512/1802/neelgaikc5.jpg

Model = NIKON D80
Sigma 70-300mm DG Macro
Focal Length = 300mm
Exposure Time = 1/60"
F Number = F4
ISO Speed Used = 100
Metering Mode = Spot
Focus Mode = AF-C
Exposure Program = P
Flash = Off
Saturation = Default
Sharpness = Default
White Balance = AUTO
Lighting Type = Twilight
Noise Reduction = OFF

INDIAN CROCODILE

http://img67.imageshack.us/img67/6456/alligatorqg9.jpg

Model = NIKON D80
Sigma 70-300mm DG Macro
Focal Length = 300mm
Exposure Time = 1/125"
F Number = F5.6
ISO Speed Used = 100
Metering Mode = Spot
Focus Mode = AF-C
Exposure Program = P
Flash = Off
Saturation = Default
Sharpness = Default
White Balance = AUTO
Lighting Type = Twilight
Noise Reduction = OFF

JUMPING CRICKET

http://img180.imageshack.us/img180/3421/tiddiqu4.jpg

Model = NIKON D80
Nikkor AF-S 18-135mm
Focal Length = 135mm
Exposure Time = 1/60"
F Number = F4
ISO Speed Used = 100
Metering Mode = Spot
Focus Mode = AF-C
Exposure Program = P
Flash = Off
Saturation = Default
Sharpness = Default
White Balance = AUTO
Lighting Type = Early morning
Noise Reduction = OFF

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Nikon F801, D80 & Fuji Finepix S602 Zoom
Nikon AF Zoom-Nikkor 35-70mm f/3.3-4.5
Nikon AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6G IF-ED
Nikon AF-S VR Zoom-Nikkor 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6G IF-ED
Nikon Speed Light SB-24 & SB-400
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bitternuthin Registered since 01st Jun 2008Wed 30-Jul-08 06:13 AM
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#86. "American Bittern"
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US
          

Shot this at the end of winter at the village creek drying beds.

D80
300mm 2.8 manual nikkor with tc-301
do to the fact that its an old lens i dont know the aperture and my camera doesnt record shutter speed in nef.

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3202/2715361063_e484792efa_b.jpg

  

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machem Registered since 16th Jul 2007Wed 30-Jul-08 11:51 PM
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#87. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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Elk Grove, US
          

One of my loves: my dogs.

1: Not the sharpest, but fun.

J.C. (male Rhodesian Ridgeback)



Cheers

Mike

Mike McCallum
Elk Grove, CA USA

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machem Registered since 16th Jul 2007Wed 30-Jul-08 11:53 PM
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#88. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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Elk Grove, US
          

Female Rhodesian Ridgeback, June





Cheers

Mike

Mike McCallum
Elk Grove, CA USA

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driffert Silver Member Nikonian since 26th Jul 2007Thu 31-Jul-08 05:36 PM
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#89. "Hummingbird"
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Newburgh, US
          

taken through a glass window

Nikon D80
Nikkor 18-135 at full zoom
f6.3
1/125
ISO 100
SB-600 flash


Denny Riffert
Newburgh, IN
Nikon D80
My Nikonians Gallery


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Dinsdale Silver Member Nikonian since 13th Sep 2007Thu 07-Aug-08 12:11 PM
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#99. "RE: Hummingbird"
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Milton Keynes, GB
          

What a fantastic clear shot! This one gets my vote... here's your winner

Regards
Dinsdale

"Better a bad day fishing than a good day at the office."

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D80User Registered since 25th Aug 2006Thu 31-Jul-08 09:21 PM
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#90. "California Condor"
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Simpsonville, US
          

Grand Canyon, AZ

Lens: 70-300 VR @ 195
Aperature: F5.3
Shutter: 1/320
ISO: 100


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#91. "Through the window shot"
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Simpsonville, US
          

Candid shot out the dining room window.
18-135 kit lens
F/5.6
1/100 sec
100 ISO


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#92. "Gator at Everglades National Park"
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Simpsonville, US
          

An unexpected trip to a National Park with a new camera. Life doesn't get any better.

18-135 kit lens @ 32mm
F/5.0
1/100 sec
100 ISO



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Cookies35 Silver Member Nikonian since 18th Apr 2007Fri 01-Aug-08 10:44 AM
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#93. "RE: Sunday afternoon outing"
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Sat 02-Aug-08 07:59 PM by Cookies35

NL
          

Having read my entire (short) Nikonians life how important it is just "to have a camera on hand" for those moments you don't expect, I never actually did it. Mostly I travel by public transportation, and that thing is heavy!

But one day last month I learned my lesson. I had gathered up my stuff in a hurry as I left the house (I was late for church), and had forgot to empty my bag from the previous day's errand to Nikon. When I stepped off the tram when I got back home -- there it was! The Reason You Keep a Camera On You, Just In case.

This couple nests down the street and around the corner from me, and rears its young in and about the neighborhood. This spring by the time I got over to that neck of the woods, the nest was empty. Surprised and disappointed (and not knowing that the babies had already got big enough to go on day trips) I was afraid they'd gone somewhere else to nest this year. But here they were!!! out and about on a gorgeous Sunday afternoon. I've watched them fleetingly for years, but I admit with shame that I never knew swans swim with their young on their backs.

It's a shame that I'm nowhere near experienced enough yet to change the camera settings quickly to fit the situation; hence the ISO 400, the f/2.8, and the resulting effects on my pix. But I tell you, it really is true what I read in somebody's signature tag (don't know who s/he was quoting): Photography is how you learn to see.

Click here to se a larger version. Hope you like it!

D80 with 85mm f/1.4
1/4000 @ f/2.8
ISO 400, handheld
cropped and cleaned up in PSE6

-- LaDonna

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Cookies35 Silver Member Nikonian since 18th Apr 2007Fri 01-Aug-08 10:55 AM
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#94. "RE: Guess how many chilluns ..."
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Sat 02-Aug-08 08:08 PM by Cookies35

NL
          

This is a shot of just mom and the kiddies. (Dad had swum half out of the frame -- not all that flattering a view for a family portrait -- so I cropped his back end out of the photo.)

I got quite a few shots as the family swam by, and once I got them all on my computer screen I realized that the babies had been squirming about quite a bit back there the whole time. Different shots show different numbers of heads, which were looking in different directions from one shot to the next. It seems that the sleeping one was wasting a prime seat, and this wasn't necessarily appreciated by the siblings. But even after I studied all the pix from all those different angles, I still cannot for the life of me connect all the little heads above her wings with all the little bums on her back. (Remember, you've got to take into account the orientation of the bums.) Who knows how large her brood is!!!

Here's the larger image.

D80 with 85mm f/1.4
1/4000 @ f/2.8
ISO 400; handheld
cropped and cleaned up in PSE 6

-- LaDonna


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zemlin Basic MemberMon 04-Aug-08 03:52 AM
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#95. "Dragonfly"
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Carmel, US
          

http://sonicartistry.net/zemlinphotos/nikonians/DSC_3624_1s.jpg

Camera Model Name : NIKON D80
Exposure Time : 1/750
F Number : 9.5
Exposure Program : Aperture-priority AE
ISO : 200
Create Date : 2008:08:03 11:58:28
Exposure Compensation : -1
Max Aperture Value : 5.7
Metering Mode : Multi-segment
Focal Length : 300.0mm
Focus Mode : AF-C
Lens : 75-300mm f/4.2-5.6 (Sigma)

I went to shoot ducks, but this fella just kept posing for me.

Karl Zemlin - www.sonicartistry.net
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jmk2567 Registered since 31st Jul 2008Mon 04-Aug-08 04:56 AM
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#96. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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US
          

A Flightless Cormorant taken during a recent trip to the Galapagos Islands.



Nikon D80
f/8
1/320 sec.
70-300mm
ISO 200

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jmk2567 Registered since 31st Jul 2008Mon 04-Aug-08 05:20 AM
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#97. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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Mon 04-Aug-08 05:22 AM by jmk2567

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One more from the Galapagos. Some sort of Heron, I beleive.



Nikon D80
f/5.3
1/125sec
200 ISO
-0.7step
Nikkor 70-300VR

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zemlin Basic MemberWed 06-Aug-08 12:38 AM
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#98. "Dragonfly"
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Carmel, US
          

http://sonicartistry.net/zemlinphotos/nikonians/DSC_3624_1s.jpg

Camera Model Name : NIKON D80
Exposure Time : 1/750
F Number : 9.5
Exposure Program : Aperture-priority AE
ISO : 200
Create Date : 2008:08:03 11:58:28
Exposure Compensation : -1
Max Aperture Value : 5.7
Metering Mode : Multi-segment
Focal Length : 300.0mm
Focus Mode : AF-C
Lens : 75-300mm f/4.2-5.6 (Sigma)

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zemlin Basic MemberFri 08-Aug-08 01:18 AM
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#100. "RE: Dragonfly"
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Carmel, US
          

oops - didn't realize I had submitted this one already.

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#101. "Goldfinch"
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Carmel, US
          

We have bird feeders outside our bedroom window. I shot this from inside with the window raised. The sunflower is a volunteer planted by the birds.

http://www.sonicartistry.net/zemlinphotos/nikonians/DSC_3796_4_s.jpg

Exposure Time : 1/200
F Number : 9.5
Exposure Program : Program AE
ISO : 200
Flash : Auto, Fired, Return detected
Focal Length : 300.0mm
Lens : Sigma 75-300mm f/4.2-5.6

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schwendler Silver Member Nikonian since 17th Apr 2008Sun 10-Aug-08 07:10 PM
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#102. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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Sun 10-Aug-08 07:24 PM by schwendler

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Pelican at Flagler beach Florida
D80 18-200VR DVP-sport
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#103. "Enjoying the Sunset"
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Edison, US
          

Well, Molly was more interesed in the squirles running up and down the tree. But, who am I to say what she was really enjoying.
D80
VR 18-200 at 70mm
1/30 - f5.0 handheld
-1.0 EV


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brysig228 Registered since 30th Jul 2008Mon 11-Aug-08 01:24 PM
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#104. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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D80
55-200 vr

the Gorilla at Animal Kingdom

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brysig228 Registered since 30th Jul 2008Mon 11-Aug-08 02:17 PM
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#105. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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US
          

here's another one from Animal Kingdom

D80 and 55-200vr

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#106. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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Tue 12-Aug-08 01:21 AM by brysig228

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monkey from Animal Kingdom.
http://i18.photobucket.com/albums/b116/brysig228/DSC_0647.jpg

  

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#108. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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Edison, US
          

He's a beauty. I am sure he appreciates you as much as you appreciate him.

  

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LilyPearl0560 Registered since 30th Jul 2008Wed 13-Aug-08 12:24 AM
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#107. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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Wed 13-Aug-08 12:26 AM by LilyPearl0560

Kansas City, US
          

This is Wallie. I rescued him from a shelter. I dont know how I ever lived without him.

Nikon D80
LilyPearl0560

"To the attentive eye,each moment of the year has it's own beauty, and in the same field,it beholds,every hour,a picture which was never seen before and which shall never be seen again."
Ralph Waldo Emerson


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gorilla_skater Registered since 31st Oct 2006Thu 14-Aug-08 06:02 PM
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#109. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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Glastonbury, US
          

Here's our dog Tessie May at the Ninigret Pond in RI




D80, 18-135mm, 1/160s @ f9.0

  

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zemlin Basic MemberFri 15-Aug-08 01:43 AM
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#110. "Macro Frog"
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Carmel, US
          

This is the frog in my backyard fish pond. It's been REAL skittish all summer, but in the last few days it's let us get right up close to it.

This was shot with a 90mm Sigma 2.8 macro with my daughter holding an SB600 in commander mode.

http://www.sonicartistry.net/zemlinphotos/nikonians/macro_frog.htm

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rolleiflexD Silver Member Nikonian since 22nd Jan 2008Fri 15-Aug-08 03:39 PM
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#111. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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Fri 15-Aug-08 03:42 PM by rolleiflexD

North Wales, US
          

Nikon D80
VR 70-300mm
300mm
iso 1000
1/5s
F/40

I took this with intention of showing motion for both the background and the Snowy Egret.




Dan
F2 Photonic
D80
Rolleiflex D

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greenwing Gold Member Nikonian since 18th May 2006Sat 16-Aug-08 06:04 PM
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#112. "Toads"
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Yorkshire, GB
          

I thought of several names for this picture, but wasn't sure if they'd be allowed, so I just called it Toads.

D80
18-135 @ 135mm
1/60, f5.6, ISO 100
Built-in flash


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greenwing Gold Member Nikonian since 18th May 2006Sat 16-Aug-08 06:08 PM
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#113. "William"
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Yorkshire, GB
          

William is the most photogenic of our cats, and also easier to shoot as he stays put longer.

D80
24mm f2.8D
1/60, f7.1, ISO 100
SB600

Chris


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#115. "owl"
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woodburn, US
          

traveled to malheur national wildlife refuge in Oregon this spring, i took some very awome pictures this is just one of them.


shot with
d80
nikkor 80-400mmVR
manual mode
manual focus
f/5.6
1/50sec
ISO400
metering mode- pattern

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#114. "Carolina Anoles"
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Austin, US
          

Here's one:



I've been following this pair of anoles in my backyard all summer. They've generated at least three offspring, as far as I can tell -- there are now three tiny females taking up residence nearby. Their spring and early summer home was in this end of a chain link fence, though they've now relocated to a cooler spot in a patch of ivy.

D80
Nikkor 180/2.8, Kenko 1.4x TC
ISO 100
f/5.6 @1/5
Shot in natural light, under a fairly heavy tree canopy


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#116. "Male Carolina Anole Displaying"
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Austin, US
          

It's really hard to catch these guys displaying their dewlap, but it's fun trying. Flash and direct sunlight seem to really blow out the colors, so what works best for me is catching them in fairly bright open shade.

Also with a D80/180/2.8/Kenko 1.4x
ISO 250, f/5.6 @1/80




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Not4wood Registered since 27th Nov 2007Wed 20-Aug-08 03:09 AM
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#117. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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Wed 20-Aug-08 03:17 AM by Not4wood

Queens, US
          

Levens Hall Gardens England

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v497/TIA2077/Birds%20and%20Small%20Animals/DSC_1890_Framed_Butterfly.jpg

Date Taken: 2008:07:29 Camera: NIKON D80 Lens: Nikon 70-300 VR
Focal Length: 300.0mm (35mm equivalent: 450) Exposure Time: 0.0040 s (1/250)
Aperture: f/11.0 ISO Equiv.:400 Whitebalance: Manual Metering Mode: matrix Exposure: Manual

Mark G
Not4wood
Nikon D80 w/kit lens 18-135, Nikon 70-300VR, old Vivitar 283 Flash, Manfrotto 055CL CLASSIC Tripod and a Manrotto 486RC2 Ball Head, Wacom Graphier Tablet

  

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#118. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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Queens, US
          

Great Herron

Shot at Sagamore Hill, Oyster Bay, NY This past Sunday morning in the Nature Guided Tour

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v497/TIA2077/Birds%20and%20Small%20Animals/DSC_2896_GreatHeron1.jpg

Taken With: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D80
Taken On: 2008:08:17 Camera Make: NIKON D80 Focal Length: 300.0mm (35mm equivalent: 450) Exposure Time: 0.033 s (1/30) Aperture: f/6.3
ISO Equiv.: 100 Whitebalance: Manual Light Source: Shade Metering Mode: matrix Exposure: Manual

Mark G
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#119. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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London, GB
          

Hello All,

First ever Nikonians post after lurking for a few months. Anyway, two simple pics of my 4 month old kittens, Perryman & Billy, taken with my 50mm f/1.4D at 1.4, aperture priority.

No enhancing other than cropping the pics to size, and converting to b/w in Adobe CS3.

Thanks,


Perryman


Billy


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#120. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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Taken just outside of Kourakuen Station in Tokyo early August and saw this cat napping in a shady area of the park.

Nikon D80
80-200mm f/2.8 @ 200mm f/4
1/400sec
ISO 200

  

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#121. "Little Green Lizard"
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Mode - Manual
Apeture - f7.1
Speed - 320
ISO - 560
WB - Auto

Camera - D80
Lens - 28-105mm Macro Mode

- David
D80
Nikkor 18-55mm AF-S DX
Nikkor 28-105mm AF-D
Nikkor 70-300mm AF-G

Visit my Nikonians gallery.

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#122. "A baby gecko"
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Los Angeles, US
          

I've found a type of small gecko around the house every summer. But I found this tiny one IN THE HOUSE, so I decided to take some photos of this guy before he started his adventures outdoors again. He was only 3/4" long.

D80, Sigma 105mm Macro @f11, 1/13", SB-600 flash with diffuser. Shot RAW, and it's about a 60% crop of original.


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alvey Registered since 23rd Jul 2007Mon 25-Aug-08 03:19 AM
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#124. "RE: July and August photo post: Animals of all kinds"
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#125. "Baby Ducks"
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Newburgh, US
          

D80
Nikkor 18-135 at 135mm
SB-600 flash
f5.6
1/125
ISO 100


Denny Riffert
Newburgh, IN
Nikon D80
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#126. "Sneak peak"
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Wed 27-Aug-08 06:25 PM by lofling

SE
          

First try at posting. This image was taken with Tamron 90 Di macro:

http://fling.zenfolio.com/img/v1/p40734747-4.jpg

  

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#127. "Spreading the wings"
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Wed 27-Aug-08 06:29 PM by lofling

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Another post. Taken with 300 AF-S f4 and Tamron 2xTC, shot wide open:

http://fling.zenfolio.com/img/v1/p284431404-4.jpg

Btw, C&C are welcome! And really nice pics everybody!

  

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#128. "RE: Spreading the wings"
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Thu 28-Aug-08 07:26 PM by Ted_Smith

GB
          

I note most of the above (if not all) are from D80s. Well here's my D70s contribution

http://img49.imageshack.us/img49/2692/dsc6077ju8.jpg

  

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#129. "Marching 2 by 2 hoo rah! hoo rah!"
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D80 w/ reversed 35mm f2.8
1/50th, f/22 ISO 200
SB600 1/4 power





Logan

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Bufo55 Basic MemberSun 31-Aug-08 04:12 PM
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#130. "Anole Love"
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Sun 31-Aug-08 05:06 PM by Bufo55

US
          

Shot in 2005 when I still had my D70 (which I assume is welcome here). They are on a vertical surface, under a veranda. I though they were geckos all these years, but an earlier post described a similar couple as anoles, and a quick wikipedia check confirmed. Too bad, "gecko love" sounded so poetic.

70-200 VR
200mm
AF-S (not a lot of action to my eyes)
f/4
1/200 (handheld)
ISO200
Auto White Balance
Shot Mode II(Adobe RGB), Compressed Raw, Converted to Picture Mode D2XMODE3 in NX2
Sharpened and resized in PS

PEACE,
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#131. "Cuban Emerald"
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Sun 31-Aug-08 04:38 PM by Bufo55

US
          

Called the zunzun in Cuba (not to be confused with the zunzuncito "bee hummingbird"), this is about sparrow-sized. Shot with D70 in 2005.

I know it is considered unethical to take photos of nesting birds, but the keeper of the nature preserve where this was shot asked me to take this photo of a nest in a tree right outside the front door of his house. No flash was used, the sun was just shining through the branches from the left. I'm sure I didn't disturb him/her. It was breezy that day and the nest was getting blown out at right angles from time to time. The nest is attached to the vertical branch that is hanging down an when a strong gust of wind hit, the branch would go horizontal and the bird would be facing the ground! I have another shot in my gallery of her/him feeding while still in the nest.

70-200VR
200mm (don't remember but I assume VR was on)
f/2.8
1/60 (handheld)
ISO 800
Auto WB

PEACE,
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greenwing Gold Member Nikonian since 18th May 2006Sun 31-Aug-08 09:28 PM
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#132. "Shadow boxing"
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Yorkshire, GB
          

This kitten was chasing its own shadow in the sunlight from a window.

D80
18-135 @ f/8
1/200
ISO 400
A touch of built-in flash for fill.



Chris

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greenwing Gold Member Nikonian since 18th May 2006Sun 31-Aug-08 09:43 PM
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#133. "Tough at the top"
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Yorkshire, GB
          

This is Tough, the kitten, at the top of the scratching post. He got his name when I first took this picture... "It's tough at the top", we said, and the name stuck.

D80
18-135 @ f/8
1/60
ISO 100
SB 600



Chris

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