Happy Holidays to you 3 mods as well.
Since I joined BPN, especially the Wildlife section I have improved huge. Thanks to all 3 mods. I make
Thanks tom, the whites are super important!
Hi Ian and thanks for the support. I can`t confirm this right now but yes, i believe the focus was on the closest wing, but i believe that your feeling
Thanks for the advice and tip on the crop % Diane.
Hi Joaquin, what a nice Heron! The imagem would have benefited from a lower POV to eliminate the distractions on the reflection cause by the branches,
Much has been said above and I would put my voice behind it all. My apologies for being quiet over the last few weeks. I've finally got some time with
Indeed a worthy winner.
Thank you for the comments everyone much appreciated, there is room for a re crop. I did tidy the eye slightly - there were two highlights originally.
#1: You would need to be in a helicopter to see the feet as they are in a muddy depression. Alan suggested raising the lens a bit not pointing it up
It's a fine liine in being open to suggestions and improving an image--that is something that I do often here, and believing in your own vision. For
This female Kestrel has been letting me get closer and closer to her over the last few months, so I thought a portrait of her might be nice.
I revisited the family homestead this November. Although it was early, the light was quite harsh. I used Topaz Simplify for the first time in an attempt
I am going through old images trying to decide what I could print on Matte paper for this art-walk I agreed to do in March 2014. And seeing some Snowy
From Nome this past June. Seeing Gail's and Matthew's images made me think of that beautiful part of the counrty. (I was there the week before Gail, so
Photographed a few feet from the "rabbit" natural ice sculpture I posted earlier. It was amazing to me that the encased vegetation did not
Look who's king of the tiny snow mound and quite proud of it!! Same individual as yesterday's post...just a few minutes and feet apart. Seeds strewn
Going through last years pics I came upon a lot I never processed. This was taken April 2012 at Bill Forbes' place in AZ.
Nikon D700, 500 mm.
One from my feeding station log pile.
D3x 600 + 1.4 tc 1/100th @ f5.6 iso 400
PP in Bibble 5pro & CS2.
nikon d 800 iso 400
A plump Canada Goose taken one foggy morning in October. The fog was thick and the sun was just starting to break through from the left hand side.