Please observe the following simple rules and netiquette when posting images.
1. Shooting details should be included for the following purposes:
1.1. To help newbies on how gear and camera settings influence the outcome of a photo.
1.2. As an aid in appreciating the photo (for example, if the shutter speed is say 0.4 sec, the viewer will know the degree of difficulty of the capture).
1.3. A brief description/background of the capture will also make the photo even more interesting to the viewer.
1.4. Posted photos are great records of sightings, so the date and general place of capture should be included.
BTW, putting in shooting details is standard practice in most nature photo forums.
2. Always observe the net's Golden Rule on Forum Posting - The more you participate in others' threads, the more they'll participate in yours. Post and Run is discouraged. Kindly try to post comments in others' threads as well.
3. Please respect the posting of a Thread Starter (TS) - i.e., don't post you own images in another's thread unless the TS specifically requests so. Also, without the original poster's solicitation, it is considered bad form to re-process the OP's images and post such.
4. Avoid posting any image that's not yours, or without authorization from the copyright owner. You may instead post a link to the URL of the said image.
Mastah Romy, how do i post my videos from you tube in large full frame on a thread like you and Neon do? My posts always seems to be a link with you tube ads on the side. Thanks
I'll answer this in behalf of Ka Mastah While on youtube, click on the "embed" icon on the lower right hand corner of the video screen. After clicking it will show you an embed code, this is what you'll copy and paste in the forum, it will also show a selection where you will "tick" the boxes (just tick "Play in HD"), it will change the embed code on how you want your video shown. Hope this helps.
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Post by Juan Manuel C. Del Prado on Mar 1, 2012 16:27:59 GMT
Dear Romy (Ocon)...Sometime in early 2009, I acquired 5 White-eared Brown-Doves at Lake Pandin, San Pablo, Laguna, Philippines. I wanted to release them in BK Valley, Mt. Banahaw, but was advised by Dion Pullan of BK Valley against it, since I've had the birds for over a year, and they might not know how to feed on their own, since I fed them everyday. Should I release them in the wild, and take a chance they will survive? Please help, or anybody..........Tito Poch.
Post by Juan Manuel C. Del Prado on Mar 1, 2012 16:45:00 GMT
Hi Neon....I have a long video showing the aggressive carnivorous behavioral characteristics of a Long-tailed Shrike wanting to enter a chicken coop-like (small) aviary where I keep my 5 White-eared Brown-Doves. The video shows the Shrike picking up a stick, inserting it into the chicken wire trying to stab the Doves, trying to snap off the wires, etc. Would it be proper to post it here? This is a video study on bird behavior. Please advise. Thank you.....Tito Poch.
Post by Juan Manuel C. Del Prado on Mar 1, 2012 17:09:27 GMT
I was advised against releasing my 5 White-eared Brown-Doves here in our tree-lined subdivision in San Pedro, Laguna, Philippines, because of the proliferation of domestic cats that have been attacking & feeding on Eurasian Tree Sparrows (Mayang Bahay), and even attacking chickens roaming around. I will be proposing to convert our subdivision into a bird sanctuary. Our place is inhabited by Black-naped Orioles, Crested Mynas, Philippine Pygmy Woodpeckers, Olive-backed Sunbirds, Olive-backed Flowerpeckers, Long-tailed Shrikes, Brown Shrikes, Yellow-vented Bulbuls, Zebra Doves, Red-Turtle Doves, and, perhaps, many more that I have not seen nor photographed. How do I get rid of the cats roaming our subdivision in impunity?