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  1. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Animals Show Birds

    Yus, and I've been told that saying that is the most American thing to say :P
  2. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Animals Show Birds

    Found this little fellow on my evening walk of Little Legs. I'm not sure what they are, but it was one of the most photogenic setups I've encountered in a long time. They did not move at all (though I admit that I was about 75 meters away) so I had quite a few opportunities to mix up the...
  3. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Stroll Share your funny moment\finding

    Someone must have had serious OCD on the creases in the sand.
  4. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Animals Dogs (part II)

    Having a very late walk, it was very very dark. Because of the very high ISO I had to turn to B&W which I'm quite happy with (for online sharing, not printing). I don't know I have an obsessive desire to get a good image of Little Legs under a street lamp in the evening/night. The problem is...
  5. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Architecture Show: Churches

    I think this picture qualifies for the Golden Hour, Churches, and Place of Worship topics but I'm too lazy to post so much :P
  6. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Animals Show Birds

    The last flight of the day, just gulls. Flyby.
  7. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Words/No Words: Color landscapes

    Fog season is starting early this year: Because of the heat wave, the ground is scorched and with the sudden drop of 12 C today the ground is going to be fogging a lot for the next few days: These images were made 2 hours ago while walking my Little Legs: I do hope the farmer can find his...
  8. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Animals Show Birds

    I think it's because they are divers, they need to be very aerodynamic (waterdynamic?!?) To get in as fast as possible and get out as quick as possibly. The birds with larger feet are aquatic birds because they use their feet to propell themselves in the water and underwater. Also Kingfisher...
  9. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Animals Show Birds

    Just a morning Robin looking at me like: WHERE'S MY DAMN COFFEE !?!
  10. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    B&W Portraits

    Converted to B&W in Lightroom (yus, I am a criminal, send me to jail for breaking the law :P ) and added a bit of vignetting and grain. I am pretty happy with the balance of grain and sharpness. But I am not very happy with Sony FE 50mm f 1.8 because it's not particularly sharp wider than f...
  11. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Animals The Requisite Cat (Kitty) Photo thread

    Morning kittey
  12. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Stroll Share your funny moment\finding

    Hold my beer. Someone's knocking at my wall and I don't know why?
  13. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Nature Show 'Insect'

    That's so gorgeous. It's a picture that would definitely live on my walls as a large print. Thanks for taking my suggestion into consideration. PS. Every time I look at it the first thing that pops into my mind is this: (I know this is pure semantics but the composition feels a lot like the...
  14. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Nature Show 'Insect'

    I love it,the bendy stem on top makes it feel very elegant. Do you think if you could crop the leaf on the bottom left out of the picture it would make the composition stronger and simpler?
  15. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Astrophotography

    Lightroom doesn't edit sRGB colour space, it only displays the preview in that colour space. The RAW is always in wide gamut, when you change the format, to a compressed one, it's when you limit the colour space to one choice as the compression throws away the extra data of other colour space...
  16. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Astrophotography

    The ARW get converted to DNG when I import the images in Lightroom (by choice. I don't want to deal with .XMP files). I use the sRGB colour space because I don't have a colour calibrator that can handle OLED screen properly. And AdobeRGB is far from being universal though it's a bit bette now...
  17. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Astrophotography

    I haven't done any astrophotography in years. Took my little fluffer last night for a walk (since it's a full moon) out to the fields and picked a few nice spots. There's not much stars in the pictures because of the moon but it did give me an advantage for foreground illumination: Good night...
  18. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Nature Show 'Insect'

    The Dragonball Zzzzzzzzzzz.
  19. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Animals Show Birds

    Starling doing a 180° turn to catch a fly it spotted. The image is a 5 MegaPickle Ricks crop from 42 because it turned so quickly my Sony a7R II got only 2 frames of the turn and the 2nd one was right within 15% of the edge of the frame. A gull flying parallel to the sunset. Starling...
  20. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Stroll Share your funny moment\finding

    Dude, where did I parked my tractor last night?
  21. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Street Street photography (Image thread)

    And the world is still left kind The secluded shop.
  22. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Animals The Requisite Cat (Kitty) Photo thread

    Is that your dog? I'm offended :P
  23. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Animals Dogs (part II)

    A day out to the basins. My little barking mad fluffer.
  24. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Animals Show Birds

    It's a quaking day ... ... Or a cracking day. Our local swan family had a other set of babies this year. 4 young ones plus the 5 from last year. We might end up having our own swannery at this rate. I don't know how old the swan parents are. What if I hide under here, you can't see me...
  25. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Stroll Share your funny moment\finding

    Not even Olaf can handle this heatwave.
  26. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Animals Dogs (part II)

    Or maybe that's a tiny foot next to a Direwolf
  27. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Animals Dogs (part II)

    I have tried Pre-Focus but the 5 FPS gives me very low chance of getting the shot because there's to much gap between the shots. And because she's so tiny she is extremely fast and when she's outside it's like The Flash's little pet. I know Sony AF can be a lot better but it's quite old now on...
  28. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Animals Dogs (part II)

    I might not even crop and just print large because I love the wideness of the angle with lots of nice context but out of focus so it's not distracting to much. Thank you,I've been trying to get the for 2 months now. I am struggling the most with C-AF not keeping up and the 5 FPS is to low to...
  29. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Nature Show 'Insect'

    Started playing with the macro-ish capabilities of the Tamron 28-75mm f 2.8 Di III VXD G2. (It's not as good as the Olympus 12-40mm f 2.8 Pro but still better than average) I do love the colours and the rendition of the lens. I have noticed I am struggling to find the composition I want in...
  30. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Stroll Share your funny moment\finding

    One of the most English thing I have seen in some time: 2 Magpies Trainspotting on the train tracks.
  31. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Animals Dogs (part II)

    "PLAY WITH ME" (It's actually a blurry picture while she was yawning but I kept it because it's still cute for interpretation) "I am serious now ... you ... play ... with ... me" Took me hundreds of tries, hours of whistling and calling her to run towards me but I finally got the summer...
  32. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Sony My autofocus situation (looking for a solution)

    I shoot mostly wide open, weather it's action or portrait, mostly for the DoF because it's one of the reasons I wanted to go 35mm FF, the keep my shutter speed as high as I can (I am learning that this format size is a lot more punishing when the shutter speed is not high enough but it could...
  33. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    I received a deal I couldn't refuse for an Epson Stylus Pro 3880

    Hello, I got an email from my camera club that someone is selling their Epson Stylus Pro 3880 for 200 £ in excellent condition with a little usage. While I haven't had a lot of success with printing my pictures myself in the past I am willing to give it another try as I always wanted to do Ultra...
  34. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Sony My autofocus situation (looking for a solution)

    Hello, as I gather experience from my time with my Sony a7R II, I am slowly learning its quirks and limitations. At first, I was very impressed with the AF performance of the camera but as I use it in more varied situations and with different lenses the experience is getting more "colourful". I...
  35. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Animals Dogs (part II)

    It's quite strange, when she's outside she ignores everything, food, treats, her squeaky balls. The only things she wants is walking and jumping on me. (Nice, I kind of forgot how the little Pany Panky 20mm renders, very lovely).
  36. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Animals Dogs (part II)

    My little girl never stands still for me for a pictures and every time I try to get down to her level so runs at me and jumps and crawls all the way to he top of my head. I am curious what lens did you use because it doesn't show and I do love the quality of the background bokeh.
  37. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Dramatic B&W images

    "Turning back time to simpler times"
  38. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Animals Dogs (part II)

    How can I leave those eyes at home for work ... damn you money, DAMN YOU ALL TO HELL !!!
  39. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    The Urban Image Thread

    My recent pictures when commuting to and from work: "Drying off" "On sale" "Keep it to the right please" "The special path" "They hide" "Women's UEFA Championship fan?" "I hope that's not underwear" "Asking for a close-up"
  40. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    How important is a tripod for you?

    I know it sounds like a strange question for some of you, mostly the film generation. But I have been wondering this more often lately. How important or useful is a tripod for stationary subjects, be it landscape, buildings or nature in general. I always had a dislike for tripods because I...
  41. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Nature Show 'Insect'

    With the heat we are having in the UK this summer it will be a booming season for butterflies. And plenty of weeds to feed from.
  42. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Animals Show Birds

    I never noticed how close some of these Seagulls fly with each other. Though it was nice to see them fly in delta formation. I need to look for some more Buzzards around my area. Still learning the AF of the Sony a7R II ... which gets easily confused by dark and/or busy backgrounds. Very...
  43. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Animals Dogs (part II)

    I got the ball papa. Is it just me or is it hot? Nap time.
  44. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    The Urban Image Thread

    Damn it ... they are getting smarter. My little Yorky Russel is trying really heart to figure it out when I try to spell it out, I can hear her little cogs working hard :P
  45. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Animals Show Birds

    Not my favourite subject to shoot but I couldn't miss such an opportunity even with a Seagull. I kept waiting for the Seagull to fly off the pole ... and instead, I got lucky with one flying into the sun. At 5 frames per second, I didn't get all that many shots so I made the best of it in...
  46. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Animals Show Birds

    Strangest little thing I saw when going home from work on Saturday evening. That's one rough little birdie I told myself. And so it piqued my curiosity to load up the big bouy zoom and after a few minutes, I realised the poor little one was hopping on one leg. It must have been a really bad...
  47. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    The Urban Image Thread

    The morning walkie (please never say that word to my dog unless you want to suffer the consequences of having to go out :P ). Play time is over. The aftermath. To quote Spoke: Fascinating! (Why? I do not know :P )
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