Paradise Wildlife Park animals


piotro

Link Posted 13/08/2010 - 00:01
Some takes from last visit.
Hmm. seems that you get full quality if you click at picture to open it in separate window.

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Last Edited by piotro on 13/08/2010 - 00:09

i-Berg

Link Posted 13/08/2010 - 05:39
The ducks running are classic - almost in step too! Well caught.
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08tiger

Link Posted 13/08/2010 - 07:08
Nice work, I like the otter peeking out from the rocks
C&C welcome.
Don.

Gwyn

Link Posted 13/08/2010 - 09:23
Ooo another great otter shot. I love otters.

The ducks running is a classic as i-Berg says. you could sell that to a greetings card company!

They are all very sharp and I've enjoyed looking at them. Thankyou.

What lens did you use?

thoughton

Link Posted 13/08/2010 - 09:30
Great baby otter shot, very cute. I like the white lion shots too.
Tim
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Algernon

Link Posted 13/08/2010 - 09:33
Nice sharp shots. I've never seen ducks running like that
Really cute
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piotro

Link Posted 13/08/2010 - 09:37
Thank you for C&C.

Gwyn: K20D + DA*60-250

Btw, on that running ducks photo you can see AF speed of this lens , sharpness peak is behind white duck, somewhere in line with black duck in the back, AF-C focusing was done using central point aiming at white runner (well trying to keep it at contrasty part).
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Last Edited by piotro on 13/08/2010 - 09:45

snappychappy

Link Posted 13/08/2010 - 13:49
Very nice set, and lovely and sharp, great lens.
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Snootchies

Link Posted 13/08/2010 - 14:18
Ducks for me definitely! That's a great capture.
Bob

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JBmagician

Link Posted 13/08/2010 - 15:42
I really like the picture of the owl. Great detail. How far away were you and what settings did you use.....I'm jealous....I mean curious. LOL
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matwhittington

Link Posted 13/08/2010 - 18:17
A great set of pictures there Piotro. The Otter is fantastically cute and I really like the first lion shot (number seven) - very sharp and a handsome animal. I have a soft spot for Ducks so like shot number three - they look like they are Indian Runner Ducks

Regards
Mat W

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piotro

Link Posted 13/08/2010 - 18:24
JBmagician: I was really near this bird, and that Eagle Owl is quite a big wht helps, settings were: f/5.6, 1/250sec, 800 ISO, 250mm.

Matwhittington: spot on, you are right, these are Indian Runner Ducks.
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Last Edited by piotro on 13/08/2010 - 18:24

DrOrloff

Link Posted 13/08/2010 - 18:34
The ducks are a giggle. I like the otter - scope for a crop there?
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bwlchmawr

Link Posted 13/08/2010 - 19:16
The first two are exceptionally good photographs.
Best wishes,

Andrew

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piotro

Link Posted 14/08/2010 - 00:43
DrOrloff wrote:
I like the otter - scope for a crop there?

Cropped to 1:1, hence around 43% in width cut off and 15% in height cut off the original.
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