Well, if I was the one shooting this plover I would have wanted to loose the reflexion on the water and by doing so I would also end with visible feet
Beauty bird , excellent image. Spot on exposure, excellent sharpness and details.
I'm afraid that they all will overshoot us here in Ontario and
; I forgot to mention that there is a Digital Creations category in the contest. Link below.
I do not think that that was the purpose of Alan's suggestion....
Very cool owl. Love the light you capture here and I am glad to read that your wife got a free dinner! you gotta love those ''photographers'' that ruin
My guess is to see the feet.
Nice action shot, the worm in the beak adds interest.
Simply beautiful. Love the patterns and the soft light and colors. I hope that folks realize that you took lots of time to find and frame this pleasing
Beautifully done. Love all the fine detail, the image design, and most specially the color of the water. Mods rock!
The original is nice the repost is excellent.
Thanks Ian. You are right--there is faint dfferrentiation in the areas that you mention. But that works well for me in setting the mood. Your comment
Here is a rather whimsical repost/creation of an image posted tonight in Avian here.
Don't be shy; all comments welcome.
This one was taken on an overcast day (yesterday), late afternoon.
Full frame cropped from horizontal and a little canvas added to the top.
I took advantage of the clean fresh snowfall this past weekend and was rewarded with a nice series of juncos on the snow images. Posing nicely on a fluffy
I love tanagers and the smaller the better!
This guy is extremely small (4'') and besides that is quite active so some times I believe I am shooting
I've been following the discussion on manual exposure vs. aperture priority in the landscape forum here: http://www.birdphotographers.net/for...Snow-At-Sunset
Hill Country, TX
D3, 600, ISO 800, f8, 1/400
Here’s another one from my great day in the snow at Bosque. This Snow Goose in flight image was created with the Gitzo 3532 LS carbon fiber tripod,
First image post in many years.
Colombia. Canon 5D Mark III, 300 F/2.8 + 1.4 + flash
ISO 1600 for fog and F/5.6
another image from my little friend.
Canon 1D MKIV * Canon 800 5.6 * f/6.3
Last Friday, my wife and I had the great fortune to find ourselves alone on a beach with this beautiful creature; not another birder or photographer in