If this were my image I'd be extremely happy because I only have one photo of the species from great distance. But I wonder if the image would be even
WOW! I have never seen this species before and you have shown him so beautifully. Love the greens. A truly wonderful image.
I hesitate to say this,
What a great bird. I am glad you told us how small he is in real life. I would have assumed he was much larger.
Love the perch and the pose.
Yes, it is always worth trying, but sometimes we simply need to acknowledge that an image just does not work. I do it all the time :).
Canon 1DX 600mmII and 1.4XIII
f 7.1@ 1/3200
Small crop for comp. Taken in Nome on Matthew Studebaker's workshop June 2013.
This is terrific.
Great perky pose and DOF. IQ is excellent.
I find the image a bit dark and wonder if increasing the exposure or brightness
I love these guys.
A lovely image and really like the visible feet and BG grasses. IQ and techs top notch as always.
PS Loved your
This is terrific Karl.
I see a bit of a magenta cast on my monitor but no one else has mentioned it so maybe it is me.
Love the wings up and
One of the nicest junco shots I have seen. I thought the OP was spot on in terms of exposure and contrast but must say that Henry's rework
I like the crop. The only thing I don't like is that shadow. That I would clone out.
Taken in a local wood near to were I live,cannon 500mm IS L F4,7D,tripod,iso800,F4,1/150S,CROPPED,sharpened for the web,this image was taken on a set
A re-worked version of a favorite image of mine….
D3S 200-400MM 1/1000 F8 ISO 500
Flaming Sunbird (Aethopyga flagrans) by alabang, on Flickr
The Flaming Sunbird (Aethopyga flagrans) is a species of bird in the
I took this picture today at Anhinga Trail.
Lens: 300 mm f/2.8 AIS
1/500 sec f/8.0 ISO 400
Spent an afternoon at Maumee Bay State Park a couple of months ago photographing gulls and practicing flight photography.
Barrow, Alaska | June | Canon 1D4 | Canon 600mm f4 IS | f5.6, 1/1250, ISO 400
going through more Barrow files. On my first visit four years
Here is a rather whimsical repost/creation of an image posted tonight in Avian here.
Don't be shy; all comments welcome.
This one was taken on an overcast day (yesterday), late afternoon.
Full frame cropped from horizontal and a little canvas added to the top.
I took advantage of the clean fresh snowfall this past weekend and was rewarded with a nice series of juncos on the snow images. Posing nicely on a fluffy