Night Shots

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Few more shots Reno. Date time not set on camera!


Biker Steaks. ツ

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Reminds me of Model A ?

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Told me he wanted $10 for each photo I took.
Took a couple more and left him steaming!

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Quite a few gathered after I took shots of Buddy.
Some taking more pic’s. I slipped the wheel chair
Vet $20 and sent the photo to him.

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Cool shots David. Love the "lighting" of the steaks.
I don't know who looks meaner, the owl or the gent. :-)

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Last few shots he was trying to hide Owl.
Could have boiled a pot of coffee on his
head after I left. ミ●﹏☉ミ

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I like the depth in the second one Sury, almost 3D, nice shootin. :)

A bit cheeky there DA, anytime for them there subjects is just fine as far as I’m concerned, I always thought your bird shooting was pretty good and you aint lost it that’s for sure. :lol:
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Hi Greg. Couple nights prior he was outside MacDonalds, center
of attention folks snapping away. Did not have camera with so
grabbed a couple at his stand. Had he been doing a thing for
wildlife I would gladly give. More to do with attitude basically.
My understanding was photo by them, you holding the owl.!
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Thank you Greg.

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Sury these are the ones I was talking about. The third one is the wet look I was asking about. Absolutely gorgeous!!! I don't know what to do to get that style of look.
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I see what you mean. I think it is that Zeiss effect. That was taken wide open (f2.8) and
hand held at 1/5th. The "wetness" you are thinking of is, if I were to guess, the Zeiss effect.
I do not believe I did anything special in post processing.

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looks like an upgrade in glass is in order.
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I would be the last one to say "dont do it". :lol:

I find that 24-70f2.8 very versatile. The other two that I have
are 135f1.8 and 24f2. Both 24-70 and 135 weight quite a bit.
Just so you know.

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Ken,
You may want to look into this one.
http://www.adorama.com/pages/Sony-lens ... al-Savings


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Great Shots Sury
A65 16mm-50mm 2.8
Tamron 72E 90mm 2.8 Macro
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Sony 55-300mm and 55-200mm

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Thank you Ken M.

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