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    Hi all ... and specially Gabriela , as she loves the place .
    Image captured back in 2005 in the Kalahari Gemsbok Park ( name at that time ) ....
    Good exciting memories with this big boy ....
    Looking at the techs I should start to cry .... LOL ... but it was at that time what I was able to do , fully forgotten the settings for the scenario . Well well ... but this is just about the memory .


    Canon EOS 1D MK II
    EF 500 IS L + 1,4 TC
    HH

    F 6,3 ; Iso 100 ; 1/250 sec

    Processed with DT 4.6.1 and PSCC 2024 ; slight crop from bottom and added canvas to the top

    Thanks for watching and commenting to previous postings

    Cheers Andreas

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    Had you known then the things you know today... Certainly framing one can fix today to some extent, I think our main issue was the lack of shutter speed in those days and consequently sharpness.

    Indeed a special memory Andreas, thank you for sharing.

    Kind regards,
    Gabriela Plesea

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    THX Gabriela .... yes the rather slow shutter is not ideal , things we canīt change afterwards . But it is part of my photographic history ... also a warning LOL to keep an eye on the techs , which is not always working

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    Nice shot, i am not sure I get the constant references to slow shutter speed and ISO, surely with 1D Mk II you could have gone to ISO 400 - 800, I think originally I had a 20D and then 7D then 1DX and 5D etc I don't recall being fixated on ISO 100?????

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    THX Jon ... glad you like the image even with its technical shortcomings .
    No question that i could have done better for the most part during capture

    Cheers Andreas

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