Steve the Bg is dead winter grass only used saturation to drop the green on the post for repost, think the one you e mailed me is better.
It's good to see you have joined the fun mate, I look forward to seeing some of your great images posted on this site.
Thanks once again Steve
did not change contrast with that adjustment but did pull down curve a little, 2 points I think.
will try your
Linda the simple answere for me is if my subject is in constant light I will shoot Manual if the light on the subject is rapidly changing I will go to
agree with Rachel and Andreas. A great image.
Somehow I have the feeling that it might would look better without the tree
Hi Richard, shows how well these birds blend into their homes.
I quite like the comp, but you do need to watch the whites. Can you tell me,
Hi Keith, I'm now going to throw a 'curved' ball in, what was the BKG, can you remember?
On reflection I think it's looking quite warm,
Nice image. The right eye, in frame would be nice to se it or not at all. Other than that, a nice one. You have a dust bunny, at the top, right of center.
shame - its 23C here lol
At the distance you are shooting there will be enough DOF to cover a slight change in the focal plane if any from re composing the image
We look forward to snowy owl season each year. We wonder if there will be several in our area close enough to photograph or (more typically) only a
4 pm today and Athene enjoys the warmth before the chilly night.
Processed in CC
7d 100-400 and tc 1.4
With winter firmly established, I have started to experiment with photographing flowers indoors. Here I tried to show the deep velvet red of this rose
Tripod, Canon 7D Canon 500m f4L ISO 400 1/1600 sec f6.3
All C&C welcome.
Converted to B and w, and then used poster edges. This is my niece with her oldest boy Jacob.
A long time ago, I fell in love with the Connecticut towns and countryside. Unfortunately, I didn't live there very long, but I spent the months of June
Long tailed Tit
More for interest really. These birds have to put their tail up their backs whilst brooding eggs in their bottle shaped nest and
Canon 7D Canon 180mm macro with polariser & 1.4TC1, ISO 4000 1/250 sec f11, fill in flash -1.66, selective sharpening applied.
Nikon 500ml F4.
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A couple of years ago we had lots of these lovely Owls over wintering with us unfortunately
Canon 1DX 600mmII and 1.4XIII
f 7.1@ 1/3200
Small crop for comp. Taken in Nome on Matthew Studebaker's workshop June 2013.