Hi Don - I think the long exposure worked very well here. I'm seeing a heavy cyan cast, particularly on the sand, and would reduce it if it were mine.
Hi Anette - I like how you framed this. Nicely seen and captured. We spent some time shooting through holes in icebergs but I'm not thrilled with any
Hi David - good suggestions above. It may be just me but I find the shadow line on the Golden Gate distracting. I'm not sure how you feel about cloning
The RP works for me Richard, agree one of your best and in a natural setting too, just perhaps drop the Blue a bit.
Well, you say you don't know where to crop, but the comp is perfect.
Lovely diffuse lighting and excellent IQ. Perfect HA as well with a soft
I'm always happy to share, but really the credit here goes to the very cool "models!" This was completely spontaneous -- I don't think she
Awesome image Gail. I could spend hours looking at it.
Can't find anything to fault on it.
Hi Markus - Welcome to the Wildlife Forum. As you mentioned, the elephants are walking away but these shots can work. Unfortunately from the histogram
Isn't it amazing the way the whale and its wake steal the show from those stunning, majestic mountains ?
Your composition positions the
Beautifully processed, Dennis. I could stare at the water for hours - it's magical And thanks for being so generous, as always, with your detailed
I am so thankful that we have places that preserve the natural beauty of this country and allow safe places of refuge for birds and wildlife. This was
Never really got into close-ups (I was never sure where to crop), but recently I thought I'd give them a shot to improve on them. Nothing fancy here,
Canon 1D MKIV * Canon 800 5.6 * f/6.3 * 1/3200s * ISO 200 Berlebach/Sachtler.
Sadly walking in the wrong direction
actions: sharpening, shadows pushed a bit
5Diii, 40mm, f8, 1/200s,
F 5.6 at 1/2000
Almost full frame
PP: Crop,NR to BG, levels, increased saturation in the BG only,
Still not shooting, but I found a new acupuncturist who is great, and I seem to be improving a lot. So.....an older
A while back I posted a few shots of the sunset we witnessed in Grand Canyon. This is the sunrise we were treated to.
Found this fuzzy-eyed lethargic lady Monday morning. Moved like she was drunk. Wished I had a drop of honey for her...
Captured these guys along the shoreline of Lake Manze, Selous GR- Tanzania.
The new 80-400 AF-S acquitted itself
Was wondering about the crop on this one. Originally horizontal cropped vertical. Wanted to include more of the plant