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Greg Drawbaugh

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Greg Drawbaugh last won the day on 11 September 2018

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About Greg Drawbaugh

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    Greg Drawbaugh
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    Minnesota, USA
  • Photographic Interests
    Birds, Aviation, Wildlife
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    Olympus 300mm f4.0 PRO
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  1. Chris, Great images and I must apologize for my late response here. I am fairly certain your bird is a "Little Egret" as the photo showing the yellow toes pretty much cinches it. Always glad to see you share your work!
  2. Stunning images Chris, thank you for posting them. Simply an amazing encounter.
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    If Adobe would add the Patch Tool to Lightroom I would have little need to work in Photoshop. I concur with Dallas, as I do almost 100% of my work in Lightroom and only use Photoshop for its excellent content-aware tools for touch up work. In the end, $10 USD is a bargain for both programs IMHO.
  4. I still use my original E-M1 along with my newer mkII. I also owned an E-M5 mkII, but sold it and kept the E-M1 when I bought my E-M1 mkII. I shoot mainly longer lenses and fast moving subjects, and the original E-M1 can still deliver, surprisingly well in fact, along side my mkII. My Olympus 300mm is almost permanently attached to my mkII, as these two were built to work in complete harmony. I have zero desire for any full-frame camera from any manufacturer, as what I shoot lends itself amazing well to the m4/3 world.
  5. Chris, I second the motion, great to see your work again. I can imagine -25C as I live in Minnesota, but makes it no less daunting. Gorgeous images!
  6. Vivion, You are correct, I work over the contrast for some of these in a "secret sauce" I use as a plug-in. As I said up front, I like a little different look in my shots, especially when there are so many other really good photographers at the same event, I like mine to look "different."
  7. C-17 "Globemaster III" blast-off over a lineup of parked T-6s, Olympus E-M1 mkI and Olympus 40-150 Pro
  8. F-16 "Viper" and P-51D "Mustang" Heritage Flight, E-M1 mkII and Olympus 300mm Pro
  9. Alan, Many thanks, and happy to hear you are pleased with my work from that week. The Raptor shot is one of my all-time favorites, and happy to hear I am not alone!
  10. Thanks Dallas, the Raptor is truly a vapor generating beast.
  11. And sometimes you are in the right place, have the camera set up correctly and then get lucky. This is an F-22 "Raptor" catching some nice vapor with the burners lit in a hard turn. E-M1 mkII and Olympus 300mm Pro
  12. I have done a few shoots with aircraft owners, and I try and keep checking to see the look on their face when we are shooting around their aircraft. When I get a look such as this, I know we are still good to go. Olympus E-M1 mkI and Olympus 17mm f1.8
  13. Sometimes I just like the color to really pop, I call this "A Photographer Photographing Photographers Photographing Photographers" Olympus E-M1 mk11 and Olympus 25mm f1.8
  14. The ladies asked me to set up a shoot with a classic airplane from the 1940s. I found a willing owner of this gorgeous Howard DGA-15P who consented to allow us to shoot with his pride and joy. Olympus E-M1 mk11 and Olympus 25mm f1.8
  15. The leader of the Warbird Living History Group and one of the ladies from the group were drafted to paint on nose and tail art for this C-47. This is Kevin Wisniewski applying the new name "Hairless Joe" to the Yankee Air Museum's C-47. E-M1 mkiI and Olympus 12-100
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