Snake Shed

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Pizzazz
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Snake Shed

Post by Pizzazz »

Howdy Gang!!!

Picked up this shed and everything was in great condition. You can even see the eye caps!
I believe it is a Florida Black Snake.


Mike



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Last edited by Pizzazz on Mon Nov 28, 2022 7:23 pm, edited 1 time in total.

Olympusman
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Re: Snake Shed

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That is wild! Well done.

Mike
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Sym P. le
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Re: Snake Shed

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Are the lenses functional, as in can they be used for experimental photography?

Pizzazz
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Re: Snake Shed

Post by Pizzazz »

Thanks for the remarks and I modified the post because those are eye caps not lenses

Mike

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Re: Snake Shed

Post by AlP »

Too cool for words. Well done.

Scarodactyl
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Re: Snake Shed

Post by Scarodactyl »

A beautiful and fresh take on the ol' Pogchamp.

Pizzazz
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Re: Snake Shed

Post by Pizzazz »

Hi there!

I had to look up the term "Pogchamp", as I am not in tune with the vocabulary of the younglings!! :)

Anyway, thanks to all for the nice replies.

a few details:

Shot with the Nikon D850
1/10 sec exposure time
298 shots
Zerene software
Photoshop for levels adjustment
The lens is a small Navitar zoom lens used in machine vision


Thanks

Mike

Scarodactyl
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Re: Snake Shed

Post by Scarodactyl »

Oh, these are impressive results for a Navitar. Is it a zoom 6000 with the 2x f mount camera adapter?

Pizzazz
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Re: Snake Shed

Post by Pizzazz »

Hi

I am pretty sure it is the zoom 6000
I have it attached to a Nikon F mount

I set my image size to DX as it is not designed for an fx footprint

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Re: Snake Shed

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That is wild .. very nice

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Re: Snake Shed

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I agree. A nice find and photographed to good effect.
Mark Sturtevant
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Re: Snake Shed

Post by PeteM »

I missed this the first time around. It's a wonderful find, beautifully captured. Thanks.

LittleBits
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Re: Snake Shed

Post by LittleBits »

I can't believe how clean it is, great shot! I've tried shooting a number shed snake skins but none look as good as yours.

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