fotoeffectson Jan 17
Wonderful capture, Doug. You asked what lens I was using on the shot of the pronghorn antelopes. It is a Nikkor AF-S VR 70-200mm f2.8. The pronghorn shot was from the window of my car. I rested the lens on the edge of the window. The car engine was turned off.
54772APHOTO4YOUon May 27
WOW ...hello fellow nikon photographer....LOVE IT...
the more the beterer.......Nikon here and love it....and this image is absolutely after my heart...WHAT A SHOT...
I hope i understand it right.......u shot this image with Nikon D3? my dream camera for now...I have d2xs,d300,D200 and D70
good luck shootin...your images are awsome...Thanks for visit....appreciated
Paulo Teixeiraon Apr 22
Very beautiful image
Sam (tylwydd)on Dec 31
Such a great capture ! Perfect !
DaveWixxon Dec 22
So many people see Coyote's as pests, but I love seeing and hearing them. Given how skittish they are it's great to be able to get shots of them.
MichaelSullivanon Dec 20
317236wilsonparkson Oct 22
very nice. it looks like you were close enough to be dinner!
Douglas Wittrockon Oct 22
Thank you! I'm a bit frustrated with this lens, due to its max of f/3.5-4.5, and as you see, the shutter speed is a bit slow on this one, and its a bit soft. Great for good light, not so great when its marginal. So.... I now have a VR 70-200 (f/2.8). Going to give it a good workout soon :-)
219352dedmanshootnon Oct 21
Douglas Wittrockon Oct 21
This particular shot was taken with the VR 80-400. A "decent" lens, but a bit soft at wider apertures. I've since acquired the 70-200 for greater sharpness. I agree, primes are best. My VR105 Micro, though its a macro lens, is a great portrait lens and oh yes, it's a prime :-). Easily the sharpest lens in my bag. Looking forward to the day when I can do some serious wildlife shooting with a serious prime. Your's are stunning.