Bali Barat National Park, Indonesia

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Capturing an eagle soaring….

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        • yeah sure, gopro hero 2 has sensor of old digital cameras from 2005. this shitty camera has 50 MP/cm2…it’s most shitty quality ever. even my webcam ps3 eye has 39 MP/cm2 (The lower the MP/cm2, the bigger the pixels, the better the quality.) So, yes. GoPro has no fucking highres.

          • Way to prove you don’t know what you’re talking about. As a professional photographer you don’t need to explain pixel size vs quality to me thanks. Are you seriously trying to tell me in your broken, profanity-laden English that a PS3 webcam (built for static location in a fixed exposure situation) is better than a cam with an adequate 12mp with on-the-fly dynamic range compression that can go anywhere, underwater, edge of space, stuck to the front of my car at 100mph?

            I have to ask: are you on some kind of medication right now?

        • yeah sure, gopro hero 2 has sensor of old digital cameras from 2005. this shitty camera has 50 MP/cm2…it’s most shitty quality ever. even my webcam ps3 eye has 39 MP/cm2 (The lower the MP/cm2, the bigger the pixels, the better the quality.) So, yes. GoPro has no fucking highres.

  1. Why am I getting a sense of photoshopping here? The delineation is too crisp on both sets of wing tip feathers and the focus of foreground and background to sharp for anything less than f/64 range. Are there other photos from this same grouping?

  2. The photo is great, however, I would like to know what drone they used for this! The shadow on the wing looks like the nose of a microlight. Putting a drone near any bird is reckless and dangerous to the animal. Also I would question that this is taken with a Go-Pro as the bird seems to be in focus and the ground out of focus! There also appears to be no fish eye! I know this can be taken out post edit.

    • I agree the bird is in focus but how is the ground « out of focus »? There’s a boat in the water, granted, it doesn’t look as sharp as the bird, but that’s because it’s really far away, not because of any shallow depth of field.

      All these lenses are wide angle and it doesn’t make any sense to be able to make a shallow depth of field for this application.

  3. The photo is great, however, I would like to know what drone they used for this! The shadow on the wing looks like the nose of a microlight. Putting a drone near any bird is reckless and dangerous to the animal. Also I would question that this is taken with a Go-Pro as the bird seems to be in focus and the ground out of focus! There also appears to be no fish eye! I know this can be taken out post edit.

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