At the beach I always have my home-made ground pod. For long walks, I carry the lens by the handle in one hand and the pod in the other. Otherwise, I'm
Work life has gotten in the way of photography. I finally had the chance to shoot over Thanksgiving break. I went out to Green Cay two
Very nice texture, Amol! Makes an excellent abstract image. Personally I would leave the grass on top because I like the current composition and to crop
Cool! Very unique technique, Michael. I love the fine detail of the texture. I might mask the effect off the eyes more. Very nice work!
Great, thanks Paul. Great article!!
I love your style, Johnny, and I look forward to more of your special images!
Wonderful action shot with great color.
The only problem to my eye was that it was too dark. Using a levels adjustment in Photoshop I moved the
Thank you, I spend a lot of time looking at other posts on BPN but am way out of my league and find myself with nothing to offer to other threads.
This shot is done on a tripod. it is about a %50 crop from the original raw file. The raw is not good, like I mentioned to Iain,
I am still a confused old man "!!! I remember taking the top branch away once and missing a Turtle Dove Something I may never get
Have been having fun reworking some older images for a new website. This image is from my first trip to Bosque in 2008 with the good old Canon 40D.
From Khao Dinsor (Thailand) at the Raptor Watch where I do research:
From November of this year - NEPAL
Lammergeier in flight (head shot):
One morning in SE Brazil this guy showed up (literally) right in front of my hotel room. He sat there eating fruits for over an hour. I took about 1000
At pool no.3. Bird in the process of "paddling" wich they do to bring up food. Gulls do it too.
Piy about the reflection
Feeder set up, early April in Northern Minnesota, during a past "finch" year. I like the squarish crop here, though I know it will not be everyone's
Captured at Ft. DeSoto North Beach last Sunday. Although it was pretty quiet, there was a mixed flock of Willetts, a Curlew or two, the
Here's another frame from my encounter with this handsome drake a week or so ago. C&C always appreciated.
D7000, 700mm, ISO 1250, 1/500s
We went back to Ding Darling Wildlife Refuge for a last look before we head home tomorrow.
It was cloudy and the birds were not moving