This image os from late 2012 taken at Haynes, AK with Jim Neiger. BG is frozen mountains. I hope you like it
1D4 600 II. ISO
I'm thinking about going to Ding Darling for the first time and for only one day this weekend. Any suggestions to make better
I captured this frame of this unique hummingbird last year in Trinidad and Tobago. I did post this image last year, but tweaked it here in post a bit.
Got close to this male Ruddy Duck that is transitioning into breeding plumage. From last week at Prospect Park in Brooklyn
Canon 1DX and
This Eastern Screech-Owl was photographed this past weekend. A pretty neat roosting hole, and not too high off the ground either! To see other images
f/4 500mm with 1.4
The Tree Sparrow is one of our less common sparrows, and quite
I don't think she's happy! Canon 5IV 600II. ISO2000 f/5@1/800sec.
My favorite ducks no idea how much time I spend photographing them each spring.
I thought this beauty of a hummingbird was a fitting subject for this month's theme. The photo was taken on a perch at a multiple flash setup during my
Camera Model Canon EOS 7D Mark II
Shooting Mode Aperture-Priority AE
Tv(Shutter Speed) 1/3200
Av(Aperture Value) 4.0
This is one of the females I spent almost 5 days with in Botswana, (the pride consisting of two females and seven cubs, three older, four only a few months
I have seen for sale on a dealer website a 1Dx with 1million shutter count (! confirmed) with the shutter having been replaced twice, the latest on earlier
Also from Magee Marsh on a miraculous fall-out day last May.
D7200, 500f4 + 1.4 TC, ISO 1600, 1/800s @ f/6.3 manual.
Here is one from today. This came very close to me laying down in the water.
I captured this image at my local lake in Miami Lakes, Florida, with the handheld Nikon D500 (crop sensor) and AF-S Nikkor 200-500mm 1-5.6E ED VR.
nikon d 810
m 1/250 @ 7