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You took so many beautiful pics... Thank you for share them.
Love your images. I could browse here all day.
I came across your D300 issues on the Nikon forum. Have you still got an AF problem? I had it for a while, but just before sending it away it seemed to go away. Obviously there's now a lack of confidence in the camera.
I met you at Sandy Point in the summer of 2006 while I was working for Parker River NWR. I just recently found the business card you had given me and decided to check out your site. I love all your pictures, especially the plovers of course. I work now at Griswold Point in Old Lyme, CT. It's a great place to bird. If you ever want to come down and take pictures, I'd be happy to show you around! I am gonna try to get up to Plymouth to see your exhibit this summer!
All of your bird images are "jaw droppers". I'me awestruck!
Jim, you bird images are stunning....... you set a standard that others can only dream about achieving. Many thanks.
I have seen some of your photos on Naturescape, but this is the first time I have visited your website. I really admire your photos! Thanks for sharing.
Jim , wonderful photographs and very inspiring. I just came back to the Pacific North West from Thailand where I have tryed to get good Bald Eagle pictures for years.Yours are outstanding..Sunset and sun rise pictures are beautiful..Still strugeling with my D50 , but some day I'll get it...Thanks Jon
Jim, you gave me your business card in 2006 on the Chain bridge in NBPT (we were both photographing the eagles). I finally took the time to look at the site...I wish I had done so much sooner! I will be sure to come back to recieve inspiration from the stunning photos that you have posted. I hope to run into you again as the eagles are back along the Merrimac.
Jim, you have work of the highest quality here, well done! I look forward to more visits and more of your work.
Your photos are wonderful! Thank you so much for letting us share!
I followed a link from the dpreview forum to your gallery and found a great collection of bird and wildlife photos. Keep up the good work!
I can only describe your galleries as inspiring. Both in the scope and quality of your photography and in your work towards the stewardship of the wetlands at Haverhill. Thank you very much for sharing this.
Exceptional clarity and well-edited shots -- nice work
Fantastic gallery this you have super shots.
Full Frame at 12MP makes a LOT of sense. It's called depth of field control and "lens choice"...Canon's 5D has made my D2x and other crop-sensored cameras almost redundant for countless jobs. Until you've shot FF digital with the any of the hundreds of Nikkor lenses designed for FF use,it's pretty hard to understand the difference between FF and crop-sensor shooting. I have only 35 years of 35mm experience and eight years of crop-sensored Nikon use,so it might be possible that my relative inexperience makes me unqualified to say it, but 12MP and FF makes a LOT of sense. Ask any of the hundreds of thousands of Canon shooters who are thrilled with the 5D and FF at 12.8 MP....it makes a LOT of sense. But you probably wouldn't really "know it" until you'd shot FF at 12.8 MP.
Tears to my eyes...almost.
hey jim, i love your photography, lookin into gettin a long lens, whats your recommendation, $$ wise, on the cheap side, thanks, craig
Jim you sure have a great collection here, well done.With results like these it makes the sacrifices worth it!
Nice pictures, hope to get some of the same soon, see you on the Nikon Cafe. V/R Tom Clark
Congragulations Jim on the award winning photo of the RTailed Hawk! Your pics are the best on the net.
As a past No. Andover resident + parttime Plum Islander for 20+ years who spent hours walking in the woods, empty lots, swimming in/viewing/walking by The Basin and ocean at PI, and all the sights on the trek to 60th Street, PI, I am thrilled to relive my past! I'm inspecting all the flora + fauna I came to anticipate glimpsing. I can now inspect all that via photos. Stunningly lovely photos. Thanks.
Brilliant. Freaking brilliant. Ian Schwartz.
Great galleries, really enjoyed looking at your fantastic bird pictures.
Bob & Kathy Whiting
You have some awesome pictures. By the way, it was nice talking to you at deer island on
Just a message from Switzerland...very beautiful, pictures very very good!!
I would like to work as you :-)
PS : I wrote an email to you, but no answer :-/
Wonderful work you have in your galleries. Upon reflection, I think we may have briefly met at Ding Darling the evening of Feb. 15. You were patiently waiting for the same night heron you had shot the night before to come out of the shadows and were pointing it out to those of us who had stopped. I'm basing this on the equipment you shoot. The guy I spoke with was set up with a D2X/500 f/4 combo.
Regardless, between the osprey and night heron images, it looks like you had a successful time while on Sanibel. I know I enjoyed my visit there as well.
Hey James, great shots!! I'm impressed!! You need to yourself up here to the photographers playground!
Your Red Tailed Hawk Pics are the best I have ever seen!!! Please let me know what lens you were using and your camera settings . Awsome pics. Trent Johnson
beautiful jim, just beautiful
Your wildlife & bird pictures are absolutely fantastic in every way, you are my number one favorite for this kind of photographie!! Keep up your fantastic work, you are a true inspiration for me!!
Gary W. Meek
Jim I am looking to a buy Nikon's 200-400, how do you like the lens, I see you have a 500mm prime, how does the sharpness compare. Are you still using the 1.4 with the 2X high speed crop. I love my D2X and have a 300mm 2.8 but the 200-400 would be nice.
I live in Rochester where you took the Heron picture we saw on the Nature Photographer's website. I am 12yo and interested in photography, especially nature. You have great pictures.
Tom...These were all shot using a 500 AFSII and a TC14EII TC.
Jim what lens were you using with the D2X shots after you got a working camera?
You have some beautiful work here
maybe thats the trick, catch the camera by surprise!! wish mine had been close to being so well focused let alone the shot itself!!
Thanks for the kind woirds Lisa :)
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WOW,,, Fantastic work, these are just beautiful pictures. It's no wonder I've heard so many incredible things about you! How can we contact you to obtain any prints of what we see?
Hello Jim, you've got a marvellous gallery here. I really like the colors that come out of your D70. Is there any chance that you could share you post-processing workflow with me to achieve such vibrant and saturated colors?
Really enjoyed looking through all your pictures. It has a color "bang" to it that I don't really see in pictures from other D70 owner's pictures.
Thanks and I do look forward to updates!