All posts tagged Nikon TC-20E III

Photos of Katahdin Air taking off from Spencer Cover, also Pockwockamus Rock, Compass Pond, and River Pond along the Golden Road in Millinocket, Maine

I took these photos this weekend of a mallard duck and a killdeer in the rain.

Easton & Caribou

I took these photos a couple summers ago of Easton and Caribou, Maine while bird scouting with a good friend of mine.

Timelapse of concerned citizens returning their newspaper boxes after Bangor Daily News requested names, addresses, and dates of birth of every concealed weapons permit holder in Maine.

This is a virtual tour I created from several panoramas I took over a three day period in Camden, Maine last summer. There is an incredible amount of detail in each image, take your time exploring!

I found a really good deal on eBay for a Canon 500D close-up filter for macro shots. Here are some of my first photos with it around the house and a quick comparison of magnification at minimum focus distances.

I took this at the beginning of the month, but haven’t had time to work on it until this weekend. This is Mt. Katahdin viewed from Chester, Maine. I used the Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8 VR II with the TC-20E III 2x teleconverter, for a 400mm focal length. It is stitched from a total of 28 […]

The sunset yesterday was beautiful, so I decided to go look for some good photo subjects. I found a deer in a field enjoying the grass now that the snow is nearly melted. Several of the windmills in town are done now and they looked like a good subject against the sunset; they aren’t spinning […]