No glass involved except for lens elements. I'm shooting through an
open window between partially open shutters which serve as a blind.
This is the same setup I've been using for several weeks, with the
camera 40 ft from the feeders. The lens is the Leica Telyt-R 250/4.0
with the Leica-R 2X Extender at an indicated f/4.0. The camera is the
Fuji X-T2 at ISO 500.
On 6/10/20 12:10 AM, Moose wrote:
On 6/9/2020 6:11 PM, Jim Nichols wrote:
I've observed that a local Red-Headed Woodpecker shows up at the
feeders around 5 PM, so today I was waiting for him. Sure enough, he
showed up and I clicked away. I am posting what I felt was the best
image I got. And, for you pixel-peepers, I've given you a large
image, but don't ask me to explain the light-colored edges on the
front of the wings. It is not a result of over-sharpening or
over-processing. It is there in the RAW images. I checked more than
Nice birdie! We've had a Hairy woodpecker at our feeder, but it's been
too shy to get a pic so far.
Perhaps Doug Herr has an answer.
See the blueish tinge on the right point of the white breast? Makes me
wonder it it's red-cyan fringing. Huge, though, and the tools I have
don't touch it.
Are you shooting through glass at an angle?
R C Moose
Tullahoma, TN USA
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/