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Unified Canon DSLR Users Thread (Share your shots, thoughts etc.)

  • @fafalafafa,

    salamat po! practice lang po.

    sa namamana at wala sa pana. ;)

    Finally, good light and easy birds.

    50.6MP (as framed)

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    19.9MP (as cropped)

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    100% magnification (as cropped)

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    The scaly-breasted munia or spotted munia (Lonchura punctulata), known in the pet trade as nutmeg mannikin or spice finch, is a sparrow-sized estrildid finch native to tropical Asia. A species of the genus Lonchura, it was formally described and named by Carl Linnaeus in 1758. Its name is based on the distinct scale-like feather markings on the breast and belly. The adult is brown above and has a dark conical bill. The species has 11 subspecies across their range and differ slightly in size and colour.

    This munia eats mainly on grass seeds apart from berries and small insects. They forage in flocks and communicate with soft calls and whistles. The species is highly social and may sometimes roost with other species of munias. This species is found in tropical plains and grasslands. Breeding pairs construct dome-shaped nests using grass or bamboo leaves.

    The species is endemic to Asia and occurs from India and Sri Lanka east to Indonesia and the Philippines. It has been introduced into many other parts of the world and feral populations have established in Puerto Rico and Hispaniola as well as parts of Australia and the United States of America. The bird is listed as of Least Concern by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).

    Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scaly-breasted_munia

    Location: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Rice_Research_Institute

    -- edited by dolina on Jul 28 2015, 04:54 AM
  • ^ naku. Hehe.
    Pano nyo nakukuhang blue yung langit? pag ako kc kumukuha puti lang.
  • ^

    learn the exposure triangle, google lang.
  • dolina Send Message View User Items on July 28, 2015 04:52 AM
    sa namamana at wala sa pana. ;)


    malupit na mamamana! malupit rin ang pana at palaso! (5dsr + 800mm) hehe! ^_^

    fafalafafa Send Message View User Items on July 28, 2015 09:22 AM
    Pano nyo nakukuhang blue yung langit? pag ako kc kumukuha puti lang.

    <click here for link>
  • ahh. dapat pala polarizer filter ang gamit. heheh .thanks po @prodigi.

    -wrong thread pala ako kala ko Unified DSLR thread. di ko nabasa may "Canon" word pala in between.

    ^mark_alice
    yes sir. it's been weeks since I learned the exposure triangle you speak of. akala ko kasi sa metering nakukuha yung blue sky or post process eh.
  • settings i use, i mostly do street photography (M Mode)

    this is on a sunny day settings (blue sky)

    aperture f/16 - 20
    shutter speed 1/500
    iso 800

    again, street photography settings, pag maulap na change settings uli.

    -- edited by mark_alice2127 on Jul 28 2015, 12:53 PM
  • 50.6MP (as framed)


    This deserves a 4k screen resolution :)
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    50.6MP (as framed)

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    12.3MP (as cropped)

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    100% magnification (as cropped)

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    The paddyfield pipit, or Oriental pipit,[2] (Anthus rufulus) is a small passerine bird in the pipit and wagtail family. It is a resident (non-migratory) breeder in open scrub, grassland and cultivation in southern Asia east to the Philippines. Although among the few breeding pipits in the Asian region, identification becomes difficult in winter when several other species migrate into the region. The taxonomy of the species is complex and has undergone considerable changes.

    Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paddyfield_pipit

    Location: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Rice_Research_Institute

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