Christopher, that also makes me think of silhouettes and graphic images.
Thanks again everyone for your creative thoughts and contributions.
Like your attitude William, cool , but you need to post the image in the Avian Forum, as this is purely for introductions. It's the first Forum
WOW! This is awesome! Beautiful composition with the strong lines of the cottonwood tree trunk. Gary states what I think...beautiful minute details
Thanks for your comment. Pretty harsh light that day so kind of hard to get the images just right. Kind of brisk too at -10 celcius and
Thank you so much, everyone! It is super cold up here at 8,000 ft right now!
Diane, thank you for the ideas. I will play with them and see what
Hi Leigh, the image looks very coarse and quite noisy for ISO400, so in your processing was the image under exposed and or is this a large crop?
For me this is a stronger image than the one with the heavier texture. The leaf is so lovely it stands out so well with the more subtle treatment.
Thank you all for your helpful suggestions and excellent eye sight! "Black" bkgd was a jacket with a bit of a weave texture that probably created
Cheers Steve. Okay i wont hold back. Tell me whats wrong with my photo and you dont hold back I have broad shoulders
I never thought I'd like a picture involving duckweed -- but this one is very nice. I do like the soft palette!! This is one that could yield many derivative
Here is the first short-eared owl flight image of the season. Not a lot of them this year as compared to the last two years. Taken at Boundary Bay B.C.
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
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
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.