Spent another morning and late afternoon with my little friend.
1/640 sec; f/5.6; ISO 640 Evaluative Metering Hand
The preservation of the leaf, the coarse texture of the frost, delicate network of veins and complementary colors combine for a lovely image.
Love the crispy, crackly feel to this! So appropriate with so much of the country affected by the Arctic Express this week! The textured bkgd is really
We would love to hear your ideas for upcoming bi-weekly themes. They can be fun, they can be educational, seasonal, something to expand our comfort zones,
Nice background and a nice pose. I think the noise reduction went a little overboard though. You've smoothed out all the feather details, and all the
The pose and composition are great. However, the bird looks pretty beat up. Isn't it missing a lot of feathers on the tops of the wings? I'd go back and
Thanks everyone for your opinions. I hadn't thought about the use of manual for landscape images I might want to stitch together before. I've always
Great low angle and BQ.
As subtle as it is, I think the feet are what make this image for me. It's not common that you see them in photos of the Burrowing Owl, so I'm glad you
You are nailing the iridescence on these guys. I see just a slight blue cast on the whites in the head, but that could just be my monitor.
Took this image last June, but wasn't sure about the crop. Would like to hear your feedback.
I found this snowy owl a few weeks ago out toward the east end of Long Island. I had searched for several hours both on foot and in my car, 40 mph sustained
Taken with Nikon D90, 1/200 at f 6.3, ISO 400, 500 mm
C&C greatly appreciated,
just trying to improve.
Taken At Arsanjan city,Fars province in southern Iran.
Taken in my local woods at a feed station,cannon500mm L IS F4,7D,tripod,cropped,sharpened for web,touch of denoise in BG,iso800,F4,1/320S.Thanks for looking.
Taken using my near gear Canon 70D & 100-400 IS Lens. Kindly provide your comments and feedback.
Canon 400mm 5.6
WB - Auto
I took this on a frosty morning in Redmond, Washington, where I was visiting my son. (We had a wonderful time! By the way, flying on Thanksgiving Day