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You are really good at Astonomy photography, keep on working, looking forwards for more to come. Just put in my favor list.
Welcome to my galleries.
Hey Jeff love your fish eye pictures, can you recommend a super wide
I have the Canon 15mm fisheye and want something wider.
Seems all I have to pick from is the Sigma 12-24 or maybe the Tokina
Perusing your gallery is quite a delight: I especially love the Mourning Warbler. jhapeman/image/49381036
I am hoping that we can use this image our website on the birds of Washington State, BirdWeb.org. We currently don't have an image for the Mourning Warbler and this is one of the best I have seen. You will receive full attribution underneath the image (with link to your website if you wish). The image will be cropped slightly to 500 pixels square, which is something I can do from the image in pbase. All of our images are donated by photographers and we receive 500 to 1,000 visits daily, so it's great exposure. Just tell me "yes", I can take care of the rest.
Let me know what you think.
BirdNote Program Manager
206-523-8243 ext. 36
Unbelievable pictures. Thanks. Are any of the Aurora's in Lac du Flambeau taken on Middle Sugarbush Lake? This looks like exactly the view from near my place.
keep creating... Kris
I found your site looking at photos taken with the Canon 5D. I noted that you posted several photos over a short few days taken with the 20D, the 5D, and with the 1DS MkII. I'm having too many focusing problems with my 20D and considering going to either the 5D or the 1DS MkII.I would appreciate any comments you might have regarding these two bodies. How do you manage to carry around the 1DS MkII + the 600mmIS + 1.4x extender. That's a considerable amount of weight! I would be willing to do it though if I could get the excellent photos that you do. My primary interest is in avian photography and documenting all my life ABA birds.
Thanks for any help.
I stumbled upon your photos after doing a Google search for "toy fox terrier." We have tft as well, and find it difficult NOT to photograph him constantly. My boyfriend is obsessed with space travel, and I love wild birds, animals, and insects, so when I found your photos I went nuts!
If you are using a digital camera, would you mind responding to tell me what you use? I would say we have mid-range cameras (not the cheapest), but haven't achieved the clarity and detail you have. I was skilled in film photography, and don't want to go back. Still trying to catch up digitally. I'm afraid your camera's price is as sky-high as the stars, but worth asking. I'm referring to the camera(s) you used for the birds, insects and family shots.
Really enjoyed all your photos. They are very inspiring. I hope to set up an online photo bank myself.
Thanks for sharing,
Jose Paulo Andrade
Congratulations for ypur astrophotographies!
Chris Westinghouse (ProDigi)
What a nice surprise to see your astro pics on pbase - I bought your old 10" LX50 a few years ago when we were still living in Africa. No match for the tak though :-)