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
Thank you everyone.
We'd love to see your progress! We're all working on things at different levels. And it is a very good idea to find out how to get the best of the equipment
Nice capture. great perch, detail and BG… Crisp & Sharp.
Glad to have you here, Dave, and good to see you participating in other folks' threads with comments!
Thanks Anita! It's not exactly what I was trying to do, but not too far off. I thought it looked a bit more "vibrant" last night when I posted
Thanks everyone. Yeah Rachel I wish I could but for some reason its not sharp. It must have been moving and is motion blur? Thanks much
Thanks for all your feedback everyone. Always appreciated.
Hi Rachel, this shows the bleak conditions encountered by the PB's, and the vastness. Good eye contact from the PB, and she still seems to stand out against
Great light, very sharp, and good pose. Well done.
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
Greetings. This one will take a little explaining...
A quick candid while birding got me this blur
Canon 7D Canon 500mm f4 L IS ISO 400 1/320 sec f6.3
Slight desaturation of yellows in the background, selective sharpening, mod NR to background.
An African Fish Eagle with a Tiger fish.
Taken from a boat on the Rufiji River, Selous GR- Tanzania.
D3s 500 f/4 VRII f/5.6 1/1600s
Taken During my work in the Everglades National Park. I was fortunate to have an opportunity to work with this super mom... One of the most successful
I thought I would post one a bit wider of a bear in the pack ice. I purposely did not boost contrast in the bear to give you an idea of how difficult
This Landscape has found me in Svalbard. Who has guessed that?
Somewhere, up there in the north.
Took this from "shipping"
This CHE was sitting on this tree overlooking a steep valley.I used Digital Photo Professional to make some basic adjustments.......Canon
Taken in soft light in light shady position1D Mk IV - 300mm f2.8L IS USM MK II plus 2 x extender MK IIIManfrotto gimbal headISO 1600, f5.6, 1/800 secSmall