Asaid the bird is spot on. Its just that perch in the back that draws my eye- especially the top bit Just my personal view- others will feel
Hi Shawn, I feel your repost has turned out nicely. Well done.
Green Woodpeckers drink in a strange way. They have to hold the head straight up in order to get the water down unlike a lot of
Thanks Gail and Marina for your input. I have done what you suggested and I agree it does make a better image..
Very nice Stuart! Love the downward wingstroke combined with the upwards lift of the head. Perhaps cloning in a bit of texture on the larger black area
On paper the 1DX and 5D3 are remarkably similar except that the 1DX is much heavier and much more expensive. Using the two cameras side-by-side for the
In mid-January I will be attending attending a business-related hunting trip in South Texas, near Falfurrias. As a non-hunter myself I have been invited
I spent ages this autumn (fall if you're American) looking for male pheasants to photograph because they look so good at that time of year. I had no luck.
Hi Cheryl, I agree, but will RP when I'm back home, however, I think both Rachel & Anette have really shown how spectacular & dramatic this landscape
Rhino porn, cool
in search of pictures for my Homepage i found this older image.
Captured in the last light.
I spent a couple of days in Santa Fe/Taos before going to the Bosque del Apache in November. This is the iconic San Francisco de Asis Church in Taos.
About two weeks or so ago I came across this male who was with a cow in heat. He stayed with her and the calf over the next few days until after much
Tripod head bolted to shelf, Canon 7D Canon 500mm f4 ISO 400 1/200 sec f6.3
Taken from back garden hide, the chaffinches are still very cautious
I used content aware to stretch the stems, and the other main filters were Fractalius-Sketch 1, and Topaz Simplifly-paint. Also added some textures from
Here is the same image I posted earlier, but this time with only one of my textures.
f1.8, 50mm lens.
Crop, clone, Unsharp Mask. Topaz Adjust.
One from a few weeks back 80km south of Sydney Aus.
Canon EOS-1D X
Shooting Mode Aperture-Priority AE
Tv( Shutter Speed ) 1/800