To my eyes the sharpening seems a tad overdone; sort of crunchy. Especially around the eye.
The pastel sky and its reflection really makes this for me. I have mixed feelings about long-exposure, smooth-water shots (becoming cliche'), but this
Nice iPhone shot.
I like the line of the road, matched with the shadow lines from the trees further away. The increasingly thick fog gives
Thanks. You must have a good truck!
Watching a Tern bathing in the waves along the beach on Sanibel Island this morning reminded me of the way my parakeet used to take baths. It would dunk
I have seen the white creeping in when I posted it Steve. Did not try yet, but might be able to remove it. Will give it a shot to get rid of it. Thanks
Nikon D7000, F/5, 1/640, Iso 400, 330 mm, Nikon 200-400 mm.
with kind regards Patricia
Arthur Sir and Stuart Sir, Thank you so much for your feed back and beautiful words.
Arthur Sir, I did cropped more on the top because, it was too
Hey Stuart, thanks for the comment. Yes, 2pm to 3:30 sounds a bit early but the sun is down at this time of the year at 4:20. Daylight savings time
Hi Grace, simply magical. An opportunity definitely well used.
Image was created today morning. NR applied to BG. Cropped and sharpened.
ISO: 400, 1/1000 @ F: 5.6. Manual mode.
WB: Auto. HH. Canon:
A farm lane in Eastern Pennsylvania as seen on an overcast, slightly foggy December Morning.
This guy has to be one of the most stunning tanagers in the world. The combination of colours is just insane!
What do you think? Pretty
Tonight's Sunset from a local beach here in Perth.... Not an iceberg or polar bear to be seen anywhere...humph...!
Zeiss Distagon 18mm with
Svalbard driving around with the zodiac in front of a glacier through all the little & big icebergs. We settled a bit on this iceberg right in the
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