Oh, so cool! Very Toot-worthy. Thanks for sharing. Congrats!
Certainly works for me. Flash is not evident, and the detail on the eye and bill is terrific. Actually, I've always found your images to be artistic.
This is a wonderful shot, Grace. It really tells the story and fits right into the dialogue taking place on the NJ birders' listserv and elsewhere about
What a charming mess! Nice colors, and sharp. Another winner from your pool.
Late here, RP does it for me too
A new bird for me; thanks for sharing it. Yes, the BG is a bit busy, but it's his habitat. The mottled light was tough as well. But overall I like
As we approach the shortest day here in the UK, light levels are typically poor. This reminds me why I bought a 1Dx. I took this at 1000mm (Canon 500mm
Lovely, Gail. I like the look-back, and the comp, and the light, and the smooth BG. A vertical might also work, but I like seeing the whole perch as
Great looking bird Carl. And as I have said before like some detail in the backdrop when possible. This woks ok to me.Others will not agree but we all
Not sure what happened here when preparing my post but I seem to have lost some of the info.
Anyway it is that time of the year again and
Shot taken just before last light.The background is a bit distracting but the image is Ff with a bit off the bottom.7D - 300mm f2.8L IS USM MK II plus
Blue Tit bathing.
Back to the pool.
Light is marginally better when the leaves are off the trees but there are not that many hours of daylight.
remask, adjust, starEffects, fractalius & flood.
I decided last weekend that I should go out and check an Osprey stack about an hours drive from home.. I had found this stack 6
Taken in Nome on a sunny day!
F 600 and 1.4X
F 8 @ SS 1/800
70% FF and cloned out 3 straggly twigs. Decreased
Known in many areas as "The Butcher Bird" this Logger head Shrike is impaling its prey on a thorn so that it can tear pieces off of the prey.
Hey all, I just got my Canon 500 f4 today. HOLY CRAP. Aside from that...I have a RRS replacement foot for the lens. I was about to swap it on, but I was
Going to be off of the grid for a little bit but wanted to share an image first. Did a little bit of experimenting with a White Pelican shooting after
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The Grey Wagtail