Canon IDMK III • 500 mm • 1/2000 • f/5 • ISO 400 • handheld • manual
from a few years ago while shooting pelicans down south.
I think this is my favorite Wood Duck shot thus far. Light is far from perfect and the background is terribly busy. I'll get ya'll a better one
Wondering when people crop their images and why? Crop before you convert to TIFF and import into PS? or import full size shot into PS and then crop in
Sandwich Tern in early morning front light. Image adjustments in Lightroom.
Full Frame, hand held.
Canon 5D MarkIII
Here is a white-tailed deer frame from last August in NJ (so hopefully the greens are correct). Between work and weather I haven't
Hi folks after some tight shots of seals and bison .... i thought i want to avoid Steve saying it is too tight ....
So Steve i hope this works
This is one I captured from my balcony. I threw suet balls into the harbour
I captured this image at Circle B Bar Reserve in Polk County, Florida. Comments and critique welcomed and appreciated. Thank you for viewing.
We have been led a merry dance by my new best mate,but I managed to get a few frames a couple of days back. He had just done me again by appearing right
Recent capture out a Coyote Hills here in the Bay Area (California). SS higher than I'd like but trying to prep for possible flight... didn't happen...
Nikon d4 Nikon 300mm 2.8
Thanks for your comment on my last post,this one taken at a lot faster
can be pretty!
Details: D500-300 PF, HH - settings: 1/2000, f8, 420mm, ISO 560
this image is from 2013 during my trip to Ottawa where I photographed these magnificent great grey owls with my friend Daniel. Isaac's great image inspired
This image was taken at Lajolla Shores at Sunset.
Nikon 70-200 f/4 + 1.4x TCII
nikon d 500
m 1/2000 @ 7