Thanks, Kerry and Alan
Thanks, Diane and Kerry
This is beautifully composed in terms of both layout and lines. Your processing is just perfect for a scene like this. It may be just a tad distracting,
It is an honour to be chosen! Thank You!
Nat Geo Awesome, Diane.... Incredibly touching.
This is a great candid (the best kind) portrait. The diagonal is a very effective element on its own, but it's also part of a triangle that does a wonderful
Thanks for the info Dennis. I surely looks more embossed than snow storm but I appreciate your effort.
Heres a quick horiz cropped from jpeg and canvas added, so you can see the horiz suggestion quickly
too late to redo from the cr2 tonight, but should
Good one Richard.
Must agree the crop has me thinking too. Can't make my mind up. The stump does seem to dominate but thats the way it was .
That'll do for me Gail. No nits at all -yes there is!- bit missing out of that bottom primary !!
Never really got into close-ups (I was never sure where to crop), but recently I thought I'd give them a shot to improve on them. Nothing fancy here,
Canon 1D MKIV * Canon 800 5.6 * f/6.3 * 1/3200s * ISO 200 Berlebach/Sachtler.
Sadly walking in the wrong direction
actions: sharpening, shadows pushed a bit
5Diii, 40mm, f8, 1/200s,
F 5.6 at 1/2000
Almost full frame
PP: Crop,NR to BG, levels, increased saturation in the BG only,
Still not shooting, but I found a new acupuncturist who is great, and I seem to be improving a lot. So.....an older
A while back I posted a few shots of the sunset we witnessed in Grand Canyon. This is the sunrise we were treated to.
Found this fuzzy-eyed lethargic lady Monday morning. Moved like she was drunk. Wished I had a drop of honey for her...
Captured these guys along the shoreline of Lake Manze, Selous GR- Tanzania.
The new 80-400 AF-S acquitted itself
Was wondering about the crop on this one. Originally horizontal cropped vertical. Wanted to include more of the plant