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  1. #1261
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    Quote Originally Posted by droopy1592 View Post
    kenko macro tubes?

    This shot is hot!
    Thanks!

    Yup, I used the smallest Kenko tube (12mm) and the 85mm 1.8. cyberpac9 beat me to the exif. you can download a free program to read exif in photos. I use this one.... http://www.opanda.com/en/iexif/iexif_firefox.htm
    5D MK III, 50D, ELAN 7E, 17-40mm 4, Sigma 10mm 2.8 fisheye, 18-55mm 3.5-5.6 IS, 30mm 1.4, 85mm 1.8, 580 EX, 430 EX speedlight, Pocket wizard flex and mini.
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    Pentax P30, 50mm 2.0

  2. #1262
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    StephenC - He got it right. This snake is from the genus Trimeresurus. I forget which species is on Borneo but I think there are a few of them.
    The respect of those you respect is greater than the applause of the multitude.

  3. #1263
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickcanada View Post
    Thanks!

    Yup, I used the smallest Kenko tube (12mm) and the 85mm 1.8. cyberpac9 beat me to the exif. you can download a free program to read exif in photos. I use this one.... http://www.opanda.com/en/iexif/iexif_firefox.htm
    Arg! Don't know why one canon extension tube costs as much as a whole set of kenko tubes.

    I want some!
    | Canon 7D| Canon 5D|Canon EF 70-200mm f/4L IS USM | Canon EF-S 17-55mm f/2.8 IS| Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 | Canon EF 85mm f/1.2L II |
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  4. #1264
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    Quote Originally Posted by nqjudo View Post
    StephenC - He got it right. This snake is from the genus Trimeresurus. I forget which species is on Borneo but I think there are a few of them.
    this looks like a Trimeresurus albolabris, a venom snake, its bite is not deadly but needs treatment. it is said people often grab this snake when climbing confusing it for green.


    Abstract:
    Green pit viper bite is a common public health problem in Southeast Asia. Although most patients experience only local swelling, some may suffer from severe systemic bleeding that can be delayed. Venom antigenaemia was measured by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay and correlated with clinical findings in 42 patients. Initial venom antigenaemia was not predictive enough for clinical uses. A kinetic study (n = 27) showed highest levels at presentation and, then, progressive decline. The average half-life was 27.5 h during the first three days and over 50 h on days 5-7 after bite. Two small subsets (7.4% each) showed persistently detectable venom on day 14 and a subsequent rise in venom antigenaemia. They were associated with prolonged thrombocytopaenia and coagulopathy, respectively. These data demonstrated the long half-life of the venom, suggesting that waiting for spontaneous resolution of coagulopathy is not preferable. In addition, the delayed venom disappearance, not the initial values, was correlated with haemostatic disorders.

    Document Type: Short communication

    DOI: 10.1258/004947507782332838

    Affiliations: 1: Division of Hematology, Department of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok 10330, Thailand 2: Research and Development Division, Queen Saovabha Memorial Institute, Thai Red Cross Society, Rama IV Road, Bangkok 10330, Thailand

  5. #1265
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    A single RAW HDR treatment of a very interesting structure that I came across while hiking...



    Original shot exif:

    Make = Canon
    Model = Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT
    Exposure Time = 1/125"
    F Number = F7.1
    Exposure Program = Normal program
    ISO Speed Ratings = 100
    Metering Mode = Pattern
    Flash = Flash did not fire, compulsory flash mode
    Focal Length = 10mm
    Color Space = sRGB
    White Balance = Auto white balance
    Some Gear: Nikon D700; Nikkor AF-S 50 f/1.4 G; Nikkor AF-S 24-85 3.f/5-4.5 G ED; Tamron 28-300 f/3.5-6.3 VC; Nikon SB-800; Velbon Maxi-F; Canon Pixma Pro 9000; Canon S3IS, Canon SD500; Epson 4990; Epson P5000; Wacom Intuos 3

    Main Software: Capture NX2; Adobe PhotoShop CS2; Corel Paintshop Pro X2 Ultimate

    Sold: Canon XT/350D, EF 24-105mm f/4 L IS, EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro; EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5, Sigma 18-200 OS; Canon ET EF 25II; Kenko Pro 300 DG, Canon 430EX, Canon BG-E3.

  6. #1266
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    JT, go back there with a chainsaw and reshoot it after you cut the tree in the foreground out and ou have a real winner. great angle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    JT, go back there with a chainsaw and reshoot it after you cut the tree in the foreground out and ou have a real winner. great angle.
    I was such a wimp! I could have moved to my right and stood shin deep in some muck water for a better shot! I liked the idea of the image...but not that much!
    Some Gear: Nikon D700; Nikkor AF-S 50 f/1.4 G; Nikkor AF-S 24-85 3.f/5-4.5 G ED; Tamron 28-300 f/3.5-6.3 VC; Nikon SB-800; Velbon Maxi-F; Canon Pixma Pro 9000; Canon S3IS, Canon SD500; Epson 4990; Epson P5000; Wacom Intuos 3

    Main Software: Capture NX2; Adobe PhotoShop CS2; Corel Paintshop Pro X2 Ultimate

    Sold: Canon XT/350D, EF 24-105mm f/4 L IS, EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro; EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5, Sigma 18-200 OS; Canon ET EF 25II; Kenko Pro 300 DG, Canon 430EX, Canon BG-E3.

  8. #1268
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    The Sheperd


    Title inspired by a Frederick Forsyth book of the same name

    The black speck is a plane btw
    24 mm 24 70 f8 1/640 iso 400
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    dcrp shooter's on flickr

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  9. #1269
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    I love it Drama It's almost like it's a charcoal drawing

  10. #1270
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    Quote Originally Posted by JTL View Post
    A single RAW HDR treatment of a very interesting structure that I came across while hiking...


    Original shot exif:

    Make = Canon
    Model = Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT
    Exposure Time = 1/125"
    F Number = F7.1
    Exposure Program = Normal program
    ISO Speed Ratings = 100
    Metering Mode = Pattern
    Flash = Flash did not fire, compulsory flash mode
    Focal Length = 10mm
    Color Space = sRGB
    White Balance = Auto white balance
    I like it - with the tree! Very nice shot! What software/method did you use for HDR?

    Here's my "one" shot, I'm posting the before and the HDR version, because I can't decide which I like better:

    Before:

    After:
    Canon 5D Mark II (Canon 35mm/1.4L | Canon 24-70 f/2.8L | Canon 135mm/2L | 430EX II | Gitzo G1125 + 494RC2)

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