Hi Keith, your 'educational' endeavours are really working well together and good to see you pushing that ISO, but go higher, the D4 can take it and you
Wow, what a difference. It's a whole lot better imo, Karl
Managed to catch up with the bird today in some wonderful light over my lunch break.
7D, 500 + 1.4X, f7.1, ISO400, 1/800, HH
Thank you all for the comments. The trailing bit is a blade of grass.
I'm going by memory as this was a year ago. When you
Nits covered, but a grand shot. Love the background.
Nice super clean background and nice looking Owlet. IQ is very good.
Thanks Steve and Daniel! What a fabulous surprise to wake up to.
Thank you all. I tried to address all the issues being mentioned while redone it starting from RAW image.
Now it is a slightly different image,
Well done Hilary, a powerful image.
Sunflowers tend to get our attention when in full bloom. I thought I'd give them a go later in life. Fractalius with
We had really strong winds on a recent visit to Namibia. The wind created this dune spray between two dunes. I wanted
nikon 800 e with 180 mm
iso 250 hh windy day
I posted this image but then the building contractors turned off the power, obviously before it had finished so here
is this image too tight? Do you notice anything that is not right? Almost FF longitudinally. I had to add a sliver
Kachemak Bay, Alaska
D800, 300, ISO 640, f8, 1/1200
These grizzlies had been circling each other and sizing each other for a while, before one finally charged.
Jun 8, 2013
Nikon 300ml 2.8
1/320@f8 iso 1250.
Spent a lot of time with a family of Little Owls and at the time
Only recently have I started to embrace high shutter speeds when photographing birds in flight.
One problem I realized immediately is that I'm