D7000; 28-300mm lens @ 200mm, hand held
ISO 800; f/7.1, 1/500 sec.
Std. CS6 adjustments, NR, Nik Detail Extractor
Image was created on 22nd Feb,2014.Basic editing, cropped and sharpened.NR applied to BG.
ISO: 400, 1/800 @ F: 5.6. Manual. Pattern metering.
Canon 7D Canon 500mm f4 L IS & 1.4 TC series 1anual mode, ISO 400 1/2500 sec f5.6
It looked like this grebe was waiving a "good morning"
Another kangaroo... This was going to be a theme shot but I figured the shot looked better with shoulders and forearms included so
The egrets and herons are returning to the local rookery. The herons (BCNH) already have juveniles, unless they keep the plumage into the second year.
Nancy commented that she liked the roof of the soddy. The roof is also one of my favorite features. Nik Viveza, CEP4 Tonal contrast, contrast color range,
Thanks for looking and for your comments. I appreciate them.
1/4000, f 6.3, iso800
Canon 1dx, 600f4 + 1.4tc + rrs tripod
I do a lot of photography in Thailand, typically in the late afternoon 4PM to 5:30PM. The part of the country I am in tends to have a lot of haze so
Here's one for those of you in the higher latitudes... spring is on the way. I captured this image along a road through sod farms and cattle pastures.
While photographing the Evening Grosbeaks a pair of Purple Finches also made an appearance. Here the male shows off its raspberry colouring while his