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Safari-images, revisited.

Discussion in 'Nature' started by GRID, Jan 18, 2015.

  1. GRID

    GRID Mu-43 All-Pro

    Jun 22, 2011
    I was looking at a natureprogram and got to think of my trip to Tanzania in 2012, and that i should look through my images from then.
    And i found some quite good that i didnt care about the first time around, so i fixed a few more and here´s some of them.

    Wilderbeest in Ngorongoro crater, GH1 + Canon 300mm F2.8.
    Ngorongoro2_09__.

    Giraffe in Tarangire park, with 3 passengers, GH1 + Canon 300mm F2.8.
    Tarangire2_25__.

    The view I had from the Toyota Landcruiser, GF2 + Pana 20mm F1.7.
    Tarangire2_01___.

    Hummingbird photographed from the car when it was stuck in the middle of Serengeti, GH1 + Canon 300mm F2.8.
    Serengeti2_27__.

    Hippo spraying poo all over the place in Lake maniara, GH1 + Canon 300mm F2.8.
    LakeManyara2_05__.

    Serengeti in the end of rainseason, GF2 + Samyang 7,5mm F3.5.
    Serengeti2_11__.

    In the jungle of lake Manyara, GF2 + Pana 20mm F1.7.
    LakeManyara2_04__.

    Antilop in the jungle of Tarangire park. GH1 + Canon 300mm F2.8.
    Tarangire2_17__.

    Bird from moving car in Serengeti, GF2 + Pana 20mm F1.7.
    Serengeti2_07__.

    Same bird with GH1 + Canon 300mm F2.8.
    Serengeti2_14__.

    Vulture in Serengeti, GH1 + Canon 300mm F2.8.
    Serengeti2_19__.

    Ngorongoro crater, GF2 + Pana 20mm F1.7.
    Ngorongoro2_08__.

    Elephant looking out onto the plains of Tarangine park. GH1 + Canon 300mm F2.8.
    Tarangire2_18__.

    Sunset after the rain, Leopard up in a tree to stay dry in Serengeti, GH1 + Canon 300mm F2.8.
    Serengeti2_20__.

    View from a hotel in Serengeti, GF2 + Samyang 7,5mm F3.5.
    Serengeti2_12__.

    A few days old elephant in Lake Manyara park. GH1 + Canon 300mm F2.8.
    LakeManyara2_10__.

    I´m not sure how big the Vaulting bucks are here, but the bird looks massive compared to them, GH1 + Canon 300mm F2.8.
    Ngorongoro2_06__.

    You better secure youre car if youre going to leave it, GF2 + Pana 20mm F1.7.
    Ngorongoro2_01__.

    Lions taking a nap, GF2 + Pana 20mm F1.7.
    Serengeti2_09__.

    More images on my site, www.GRIDDD.se
     
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  2. John M Flores

    John M Flores Mu-43 All-Pro

    Jan 7, 2011
    Somerville, NJ
    Good stuff! Love the tones
     
  3. GRID

    GRID Mu-43 All-Pro

    Jun 22, 2011
    Thx, I would really like to go there again, but maybe wait untill Oly makes the 300mm F4 first :)
     
  4. jssaraiva

    jssaraiva Mu-43 Regular

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    Jan 26, 2013
    Porto, Portugal
    José Saraiva
    Amazing shots!
     
  5. Strick

    Strick Mu-43 Regular

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    Jan 8, 2013
    Columbia, MD
    Rob
    "Elephant looking out into the plains" is my favorite of all the fantastic photos.

    Well done sir, well done! :smile:
     
  6. PacNWMike

    PacNWMike Mu-43 Hall of Famer

    Dec 5, 2014
    Salish Sea
    guess?
    Great shots but on my monitor I'm seeing a cyan or green cast.
     
  7. GRID

    GRID Mu-43 All-Pro

    Jun 22, 2011
    I added a little bit of cross processign in post, that´s propably why :)
     
  8. christ85

    christ85 New to Mu-43

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    Jan 28, 2015
    really amazing pictures
    hopw you will post more
    I'm really looking to see more please :D
     
  9. GRID

    GRID Mu-43 All-Pro

    Jun 22, 2011
    Thx! You can find more of these, and the original ones I posted in 2012, on my site, www.GRIDDD.se :)
     
  10. faithblinded

    faithblinded Mu-43 Top Veteran

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    Nov 25, 2014
    Cleveland, OH
    Ken
    You sir, are very talented. I am always eager to see what you post, as you often offer some of the most inspiring work I see around here. You have a natural way of framing things that highlights the interesting without any distraction, while your processing tends to enhance this without ever going too far.

    Also, you seem to move between landscape and wildlife with an ease that I envy, often combining both for an even better effect. I've been forcing myself to carry my EM5+12-40 on my hip while I shoot wildlife lately, and I don't find it easy to switch modes in my head, even though I am often marveling at the landscape while I shoot the birds. Kudos to you for getting out there and nailing it. I look forward to your future posts.
     
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  11. barry13

    barry13 Super Moderator; Photon Wrangler

    Mar 7, 2014
    Southern California
    Barry
    That looks like a SecretaryBird; they can be 4 feet tall:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secretarybird

    Nice pics!
    Barry
     
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