Yhe it was hosted on my buddys server and it has been down for a couple months now,I am going up to Ulm Piskun to shoot prarie dogs/rattlers and hunt arrowheads i will share some more pics when i get home,thanx for pointing that out i use that watermark over any pics I share on the net to prevent plagerism,I will have to update it with a e-mail instead.
those are nice photos. how do you post them. I am an avid photographer and i have some decent photos i would like to post. good job and keep it up make sure you keep on posting i enjoy looking at them. if you really took those photos with a fixed lenz I give you "props" and respect for it.
First I save them in a jpeg format and reduce thier size to around 600x800 pixels,then in your post go to add attachments browse,find the file on your comp select it and click add attatchment,thats it!Yhe i dont have any lenses yet I hope to get a wide angle and a telephoto lense someday,they are REALLY exspensive.Here is anotherpic i took sat of a golden eagle that swooped down above me and scared the crap out of me lol.
OK, here goes. Hope this works. Well I can see it befor I submit it. Let's see what happens. Iy's supposed to be three deer taken kast fall on a ranch about a mile from here. I took it in color then changed it to sepia tone in the computer.
Not very good with this computer yet.
Nice pics guys! Are you guys sure you're not actually the type of person you keep slamming on the other threads?!
How much did your setups cost? I have wanted to try "real" photography for years, as opposed to "holiday pics". I took a couple classes in high school, but that was many years ago. Just have some cheap($100) 35mm and a Canon Powershot A75. The A75 is a nice p&s for the price, and you can add lenses to it, but I haven't really been able to use it to it's potential yet.
I think Nonyas is quite a bit cheaper than what I have. The second photo was taken with a Nikon F5, I think you can get one for about $1800 without a lense now. The first was with a Nikon D70, about $1000 without lense. In both cases I used a Sigma 150-500mm lenes, about $600. You don't need that stuff tho. I bought a friend of mine a Nikon N60, I think it was, for christmas a couple years ago and it was under $250. Were I looking for a filn today, and that's where I would start, I'd look at the Nikon N80 or maybe a Cannon Rebel. The good thing about them is they use the same lense's as the digital's. I think Cannon does, Nikon for sure.
The money you spend on a camera is wasted tho if you don't learn to properly expose, use depth of field and compose the picture in the view finder. Waiting to see what nal12001 has. Love looking at photo's. If all you shoot is a gun, we can shoot a lot more game than you can and with longer season's.
Get a camera and jump on board!
Speaking for myself, yes I am the same guy from the other deal.
I recently completed my first skull plate mount of my buck antelope from the 2010 season. I used a kit from Van Dykes, and I thought I would pass along the tips my dad shared with me, as well as one or two I figured out on my own. I have only completed the one antelope kit, but these tips should work for kits for other species as well.
1. Leave as much depth to the skull as possible when you remove the antlers/horns from the skull of the animal. This...