Thanks Bob. Nice avatar image. Rachel sent me an e-mail with the other "dust spots" circled and I could still not see or find them :)
Your series of techniques really brought out a dramatic interplay of light and colors and shapes! I always appreciate that you list your techniques.
I'll call this one as we just won't agree and change each others opinions so I will leave with this thought: people should look at the galleries of photographers
I thought it would be cool to actually make a texture instead of just applying one, so I thought of this image. It started as an in-camera multiple exposure
Congrats Michael! A super lovely image. Congrats and well done to Judy, Linz, Hazel & Anita.
If you're talking to me, IMO, I answered Linda's OP with my first post.
Very good capture of blowing wind. Makes me think of the poem, "Who has seen the wind? Neither you nor I. But when the leaves hang trembling, the
Welcome to OOTB, Amol. This is excellent and a great OOTB approach! Love the visual emphasis on the colors and shapes of the Wood Duck and that dreamy
Keith you have the right SS for the snow to 'capture' it, but you cannot leave the metering to the camera, it will be fooled, you have to meter differently
Thanks everyone! Always interesting to observe the points of view from the OOTB folks and the "reality" folks! As Dennis puts it, we can present
I was handholding my 300mm F2.8 in portrait mode on a perched eagle when he took off right at me and I just fired away..
From Yellowstone last winter!
Camera Model: Canon EOS-1D Mark IV
Copyright: © D.Robert & Lorri Franz
Shutter speed: 1/2500
Here's another one from the Atlantic rainforests of Brazil. These guys are pretty common throughout the region but are definitely not the easiest birds
Posting here after a long break and boy did I miss the place. It has been a hectic year so far and my work has gulped all my time mercilessly. But once
Camera Model Canon EOS 7D
Shooting Mode Aperture-Priority AE
Tv(Shutter Speed) 1/60
Av(Aperture Value) 10.0
nikon d 800 iso 400
500 mm lens
Hi, i have doubts in this image regarding the wing position, on one side it helped the reflex, on the other side it seems to remove some depth to the
Bonaparte's gulls in breeding plumage photographed on a mud flat in Northern Minnesota during a previous spring migration. I'm fairly wet and cold at
Just finished co-leading a successful Bosque workshop with Greg Basco and Keith Bauer. I ran into Artie & Denise, Mike Milicia, and Chris Dodds while