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    Great shots Charmin, RGINN is right on with his advice, the only thing I would add would be to get a cable release then you don't need to use the timer, it sure helped cut down on camera shake for me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by hammered View Post
    Great shots Charmin, RGINN is right on with his advice, the only thing I would add would be to get a cable release then you don't need to use the timer, it sure helped cut down on camera shake for me.


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    Thanks Hammered---I will see if I can find a cable release. I've never used one of those----are they compatible with most cameras?
    All these tips are appreciated, guys, and I thank you for the help!!
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    Play with that 'Tv' or time value feature when you shoot running water, Charmin, and you can get some good effects. I did that with my Rifle Falls pics, which I thought weren't bad for an amateur. Also, I am a transplanted red dirt cowboy out of the Indian Nations in Oklahoma. Came to the mountains in Colorado to stay for 6 months. That was 8 years ago this week.
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    Charmin, anything to do with bison, be it on nickels or on the hoof, fascinates me. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Billinoregon View Post
    Charmin, anything to do with bison, be it on nickels or on the hoof, fascinates me. Thanks.
    Hi Bill---I am just as fascinated with bison as you.....the place where we live and work gives us plenty of opportunities to take pictures of these majestic creatures.
    Here's a couple more from a few evenings ago.....the bison are having their babies right now and they are the cutest little things.
    Thanks!!Click image for larger version. 

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    "I will give you the treasures of darkness, riches stored in secret places, so that you may know that I am the Lord, the God of Israel, who summons you by name". Isaiah 45:3

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    Great pics. Thanks for sharing.
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    Nice pic of the calf. Almost makin me homesick... I know it's not correct but I'll still call them buffalo. You can get that cable release for your Canon. I'm too cheap to go buy one so I just use the timer. Kinda funny, but most of what I know about photography I learned here on Tnet, cause they got some serious killer photographers on here. I try to study their style; composition, arrangement, lighting, subject matter, etc. etc. I don't get as good as them, but it does improve my photos I think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RGINN View Post
    Nice pic of the calf. Almost makin me homesick... I know it's not correct but I'll still call them buffalo. You can get that cable release for your Canon. I'm too cheap to go buy one so I just use the timer. Kinda funny, but most of what I know about photography I learned here on Tnet, cause they got some serious killer photographers on here. I try to study their style; composition, arrangement, lighting, subject matter, etc. etc. I don't get as good as them, but it does improve my photos I think.
    It would be hard for me to live anywhere else, RGINN.....I love these Oklahoma hills!
    These pictures were from yesterday----we saw some bison bulls out in the pasture and stopped to take a few pics. The bison are shedding their winter coats right now and starting to slick off. I zoomed in on the buffalo's hide---look at how deep the grooves are! This was one of the bigger Tatankas!
    We got some pretty good video of some bulls fighting and grunting---if I can figure out how to get it uploaded, I'll post it on this thread.
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    And this one is "Sitting Bull" Click image for larger version. 

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    Buffalo hair caught on grass: Click image for larger version. 

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    Thanks RGINN~~
    "I will give you the treasures of darkness, riches stored in secret places, so that you may know that I am the Lord, the God of Israel, who summons you by name". Isaiah 45:3

 

 
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