Published: Sunday 19th of November 2006 03:08:53 PM
This and all of the butterfly pictures were shot at high ISO, resulting in a good bit of digital grain. I could have smoothed it out with noise reduction in post processing, but I decided to leave it alone. The butterfly, like the others, was about thirty feet away. No teleconverter was used. It was shot with a a Nikon 600mm f/4 manual focus lens on the Canon 5D using the cheap Chinese adapter, and mounted on a Wimberley gimbal mount. It is a heavy but very good combo, especially for my patio or places near a road where I don't have to pack it and hit the trail. --Lannie
Thank you, Krissy. Well, no bear or deer have wandered through--when I was looking. --Lannie
I like that one. The bokeh is wonderful and soft just as a butterfly itself. You have a gentle visitors in your backyard.
Beautiful macro , great focusing and colors.Wonderful scene and Timming. Just it is little abit noisy that you can edit and retouch it in P.S or Photo Impact easily. Regards