Lovely image Greg. Terrific detail, BG..
Aaah Jackie, thanks a million!!! Ginger will be thrilled.... seriously, she's that smart.
Congrats to all the others, some great images
James, thanks for your input. Thanks again to all. --
Below is the monopod head that I current own, which supports up to 33lbs (and I have
Wow, what and awesome species Bill - and a great image as well. Very unusual for us here in Australia to see an owl on the beach!!
Love it as is Grace. Agree that a pano just wouldn't work here and the "grungy" sand in the BG really adds to the lovely mood here - nice work!
Sweet image Gail - great pose, light and detail - and I really like the greens in this as well
Lovely, different image Mike - the original looks good to my eye
One from yesterday - this species seems to have had a good season with plenty of them around ATM. A lovely bird with a conspicuous and sweet song.
I have used a gimbal head on a monopod that was mounted on my boat's deck.
Otherwise I prefer the Really Right Stuff Tripod Head. It is the type
He could always use a indecent meter and then adjust the exposure based on the filter's factor.
Time to get the texture theme rolling! I photographed this skull at Red Apple Farm, which is not too far away from where I live. I was there doing
taken about two weeks ago at a local pond close to sunset. This bird was partially shaded by some bushes at the edge of the pond. I know the colors are
Hello guysI’d just like to introduce myself to everyone as I've only just registered here on the forum. I'm new to bird photography, a complete newbie
Little Owl (Male)I tnink !
Pity the worms end is a bit soft but it just went back and forth like a pendulum when he landed. I waited and waited
Shot a great series (in my mind.. ;) where I didnt rush any shots and tried out a lot of different things. The light was pretty dull but I think it kind
I was looking for something different when I saw these cranes. I was hoping that they would look at each other
I know I haven't been in here for a while but my "Big Year" is coming to an end. With all the travel and work its
The Ruaha NP is home to huge areas of baobab forest , they make for dramatic landscapes, especially when you have the local pride male "grumpy"
Athene looking straight at the camera
OOC with crop to vertical, NR and sharpening
7D ISO 1000 100-400 1.4tc1