resting on window ledge, (inside of course behind glass)
Sigma DPM1 Merrill
3.2 secs @ f2.8 and ISO 100
Good Morning Everyone,
I took these two shots this morning of an Osprey landing on a branch with a fish in its talons. Unfortunately, my
Image was created 2-3 days back.
Basic editing. Cropped for composition. Removed one branch from left side.
Eye lighten. NR applied to BG.
Here is our iconic bird in Yucatan, Mexico. I took this photo last winter. I haven't had the chance to photograph birds in the past months, so I post
Here is a shot of a Common loon feeding its chick a small fish. I followed this family from my kayak for a few months. There were two chicks and both
Captured in Tucson last year.
D7000, 500f4, ISO 1000, 1/320s @ f/7.1 manual.
Hi folks, is anyone aware of this?
The EOS-1D X Mark II camera and its Fall 2016 firmware upgrade
Canon shooters who
Egyptian goose (Alopochen aegyptiacus)
K Karoo - ZA
D750 + 300 f4 PF + 1,4TC
1/1250th - f5.6 - ISO
500mm w/1.4 TC
Thanks for looking. As always, all comments and critiques welcomed.
Hello, my name is Juan Tolentino and I'm new to the forum. I discovered my passion for bird photography a few months back and ordered Artie's original
I heard lots of crows making a racket, and went to look hoping to get some shots. Most of them flew off when I got closer, but a few stayed around, and
I captured this image along Black Point Wildlife Drive in Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, Merritt Island, Florida. Comments and critique welcomed
I took this Bald Eagle frame in Alaska a few years ago during a short stretch when the sun was shining. Never got around to processing it until today.
1DX. 600II .1.4 HH processed in DPP
1/2000, 7.1, ISO 800
The Eagle nest I have been following for years disintegrated at the end of last
This picture was taken in Hungary with Canon EOS 7D Mark II and Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II USM Exposition data: f/5, 1/2500, ISO 1000, 220mm