|Copyright: Adrian Groves (lippy113) (144)|
|Date Taken: 2010-01-02|
|Exposure: f/7.1, 1/500 seconds|
|More Photo Info: [view]|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2010-01-05 9:50|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Hi all thanks for your comments on my Kingfisher pictures, i visited the Chilterns, Oxfordshire over the weekend to capture some Red Kite photos this is one of them ............more will follow hope ya like them....................Ady|
All pictures captured using a Kenko 2x Converter on my 300 2.8 L IS Lens ..Sorry if they are a bit soft....
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This is a great in flight picture with fabulous detail and colours. Well composed.
just wondering if you would you recommend the converter?
Great capture and TFS
- [2010-01-05 11:50]
For me this is a real beauty rarity...Excellent capture!
Thanks for sharing
- [2010-01-05 11:56]
Hi Adrian. I hope you had a good time the weather was bright for you. Even with the 2x converter you a fine inflight picture. It would be intersting to have seen it with a canon 1.4 converter. All that said its a picture i would have like to have taken. I have yet to even see one. The markings of the under wing show up well. TFS.
This is one of the best kite pics i've seen for a while. I'm guessing you had snow on the ground? The underside of the kite seems to be well lit something snow does very well as it reflects the light back up onto the underside?
Great sharpness especially around the birds head.
- [2010-01-06 20:12]
Hola Adrian: Que buena toma la de esta ave en vuelo, gran nitidez y detalles de la especie...saludos.