James it's a subject that as concerned me,I also will print this and keep it in front of me.
Nikon 300ml 2.8
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Tried to take this image in a blizzard a couple of years ago ,apart from
I am not sure why it is considered "dogmatic" to suggest that being comfortable with using the ONLY method of exposing properly that will work
Gail, beautiful image. Love the BG and light on the plover.
Simon, I too struggle with sharpening. It would help if you said what tools you use to sharpen. Different tools need different approaches.
I suspect this is one for the bin. Others I've processed today have been very sharp so maybe this isn't the best image to start with.
Jim people of course have different views on how big the bird should be in the frame yours certainly does fill the frame, but it does show some excellent
Must say I prefer the repost it looks a lot more natural but is certainly a bit OOF ,looks like you have some good suggestions above.
Hi Simon, will be interested to see others views on your question I like yourself often wonder the same thing, apart from the fact that your image does
Interesting comments. I would like to describe the events of this picture being taken. I was photographing starlings drinking in a water
Hi, I was wondering whether someone could comment on how much they would sharpen the attached image. I always worry about over doing it so would really
Many expert bird photographers shoot birds in flight with their aperture set wide-open 95% of the time. Why?
Historically shooting wide
Or rather, another frame of the Snowy I saw last week. Following Alan's suggestion from last week's post, I cleaned up the tangle of grass and sticks
I think everyone was busy with Thanksgiving, but we still had some nice entries. It is nice that we all had something to be thankful for. We are lucky!
Hello everyone, I am new to the forum and have found a lot of great info and help in it.
The question I have to day is regarding my camera's buffer
The Southern Flying Lizards(Draco Dussumieri)glides from tree to tree using its special flexible ribs.The Gular sac is used during courtships.Its
Another favorite of mine from the summer. I like the greens in this image.
F 600mm and 2X teleconverter
ISO 800 f 8.0 at
Taken as the three owlets began to let their curiosity get the better of them, as they started to explore this bright new world of theirs. A bit of a
Taken in the cold month of January -26 degrees and for those who have seen the image, yes this has been tweaked since it was printed, just opened up the