Christopher, You're the perfect one to start the texture theme! This skull looks like it still has an attitude...maybe it is that neck-like shadow!
Hi Jon, this really pops. The angle is spot on showing the full detail of the wings. Great DOF, and I like how we can see how he is holding onto the stem.
Your blog is fascinating! Just my kind of adventure story with lots of good pictures! Happy Holidays to you and your family.
Congratulations Sandy, what a nice tribute! Well done!
I like this one a lot. The shine on the wings adds a lot of interest, entire subject nicely sharp. I also like the three stalks that are similar to
I seldom toot my own horn, maybe because I have few opportunities, but I wanted to share this cool event. Through my affiliation with the AKA (American
Congratulations Hazel, well done!
Thank you Paul, I wish you the same! What a great year you are having, thanks for sharing!
Thanks Bob. Nice avatar image. Rachel sent me an e-mail with the other "dust spots" circled and I could still not see or find them :)
Your series of techniques really brought out a dramatic interplay of light and colors and shapes! I always appreciate that you list your techniques.
I thought it would be cool to actually make a texture instead of just applying one, so I thought of this image. It started as an in-camera multiple exposure
I was handholding my 300mm F2.8 in portrait mode on a perched eagle when he took off right at me and I just fired away..
From Yellowstone last winter!
Camera Model: Canon EOS-1D Mark IV
Copyright: © D.Robert & Lorri Franz
Shutter speed: 1/2500
Here's another one from the Atlantic rainforests of Brazil. These guys are pretty common throughout the region but are definitely not the easiest birds
Posting here after a long break and boy did I miss the place. It has been a hectic year so far and my work has gulped all my time mercilessly. But once
Camera Model Canon EOS 7D
Shooting Mode Aperture-Priority AE
Tv(Shutter Speed) 1/60
Av(Aperture Value) 10.0
nikon d 800 iso 400
500 mm lens
Hi, i have doubts in this image regarding the wing position, on one side it helped the reflex, on the other side it seems to remove some depth to the
Bonaparte's gulls in breeding plumage photographed on a mud flat in Northern Minnesota during a previous spring migration. I'm fairly wet and cold at