Hi Grant, really like the reflections and pose, also share Diane`s opinion regarding the "strong" darks and a small shift on the composition.
I agree with Andre's crop on this, but I still think you might work on the colours a little. Of course, I don't know the area where you took this photo,
This is a lovely image with great eye contact and details. I've not seen a grizzly but it seems to me that the image is a bit yellow...and
No sharpening applied at all to this image Ed, I did use a small amount of Nik detail @ 15%, not seeing much evidence
Would have liked a tad more walk in room as well (but conscience of not having the lion too central), however had to crop
RP is beautiful!
Hi Markus - much prefer your RP and think you're on the right track. Perhaps consider a composition where the eles don't bisect the image....something
Lovely image of a shy creature. The RP is a bit too choked up, but it's in the right direction. like the impression that the HB is appearing around that
This is beautiful. Fantastic colours and detail. The oof cub is clear enough for me and definitely adds to the image.
Nice pic. For me it's only the ear of the wildebeest on the rhs which is distracting. otherwise I like the fact that you have the others telling the story
Simplify & Flood.
another wren taken in my local wood,not the best of lighting but I did my best,cannon500mm IS L F4,7D,tripod,cropped, sharpened for web,touch of denoise
Taken at Western Treatment Plant, Victoria, Australia on Sunday 5:11pm.. 5d mk iii, 500mm mk ii, f/9, iso 800, 1/800 40% crop..
One from yesterday - this species seems to have had a good season with plenty of them around ATM. A lovely bird with a conspicuous and sweet song.
Time to get the texture theme rolling! I photographed this skull at Red Apple Farm, which is not too far away from where I live. I was there doing
taken about two weeks ago at a local pond close to sunset. This bird was partially shaded by some bushes at the edge of the pond. I know the colors are
Hello guysI’d just like to introduce myself to everyone as I've only just registered here on the forum. I'm new to bird photography, a complete newbie
Little Owl (Male)I tnink !
Pity the worms end is a bit soft but it just went back and forth like a pendulum when he landed. I waited and waited
Shot a great series (in my mind.. ;) where I didnt rush any shots and tried out a lot of different things. The light was pretty dull but I think it kind
I was looking for something different when I saw these cranes. I was hoping that they would look at each other