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Recent content by John In Ireland

  1. John In Ireland

    Pulling my hair out! Canon 90D

    My exposure comp at red 2 is set at zero. ☚ī¸
  2. John In Ireland

    Pulling my hair out! Canon 90D

    I have not long been using manual mode long. In AV or TV I don't have a problem. Strange????
  3. John In Ireland

    Crested and Pendulin Tit Algarve

    Yay!! ... I located them near there Rogerio. At Trafal in the pinewoods there close to the beach. I will post some pictures when I get home. Thank you Rogerio. 👍đŸŧ
  4. John In Ireland

    Pulling my hair out! Canon 90D

    Ok so I set to Manual mode. I set my exposure to 1/1000. Fine. Next time I shoot the exposure time has altered??? It is always dropping to a longer exposure and not always the same value. So I have to check to see if my exposure has altered before taking the next shot??? Any ideas?
  5. John In Ireland

    Is this a Little-ringed Plover? Portugal

    Thanks for the informative information. 👍đŸŧ
  6. John In Ireland

    Is this a Little-ringed Plover? Portugal

    Is this a Little-ringed Plover. Taken today at Alvor in the Algarve.
  7. John In Ireland

    Crested and Pendulin Tit Algarve

    Thank you Rogerio. (y)
  8. John In Ireland

    Crested and Pendulin Tit Algarve

    Are the hides still open?
  9. John In Ireland

    Crested and Pendulin Tit Algarve

    Thank you Rogerio, is there a particular hot spot in Quartiera for crested?
  10. John In Ireland

    Crested and Pendulin Tit Algarve

    Can anyone recommend a good place to see Crested and Pendulin Tit in central to west of the Algarve in October?
  11. John In Ireland

    BOP ID Ireland

    Thanks Butty. 👍đŸŧ
  12. John In Ireland

    BOP ID Ireland

    I thought this looked like a juvenile sparrow hawk. Flying high and gliding around which put doubts in my mind. Any confirmation appreciated thank you.
  13. John In Ireland

    Hoverfly ID Ireland

    I didn't realise how many different hoverflies there were. I know most have to be identified by dissection or microscopic means. I was wondering if anyone could give me a guide to this one. Can anyone recommend a good site for identification guides?
  14. John In Ireland

    The Hoverfly Thread

    Glad i found this thread! I didn't realise how many different hoverflies there were. I know most have to be identified by dissection or microscopic means. I was wondering if anyone could give me a guide to this one. I have found this thread now. Can anyone recommend a good site for...
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