Killer image, Stu. Love the rich whites and glossy blacks. IQ is top notch and the bird just pops against that bg. Late to the party, but I'm glad I stopped
Hi, I was told I should come here and introduce myself. I enjoy wildlife and have just begun to play with bird photography this spring. It began when
Doesn't get much better than this, Shawn. Beautiful bird on a gorgeous setup. I actually think your choice of perch works perfectly. Terrific work!
Hi Keith, I like this image personally. The bit under the beak looks like ice or snow to me; that adds to the image for me. Would it be possible to bring
Hi Luis, I would agree. I think if there was more to distinguish between the wings It would work well but as it is I do think you lose depth to the bird.
Flaming Sunbird (Aethopyga flagrans) by alabang, on Flickr
The Flaming Sunbird (Aethopyga flagrans) is a species of bird in the Nectariniidae
Hi David, I like how you framed this one. I would have liked the SS to be a little faster so the leg in motion was not blurred ( although some might
Canon 60D, 70-200L 4.0, ISO400,200mm,f4.5,1/1250 sec
Adjustments in LR.
I was lucky enough
There is just one link, and it works, but it goes to the 500px page, not just the image. I don't know if that is an issue here -- I'm too new to know.
WOW great image…
This is a combination of two images from Paynes Prairie State Preserve - the bottom layer is a stand of wildflowers and the top layer is an image of duckweed
This is a similar concept to another image I posted a little while back here. Same eagle as that post, just a different frame paired with a different
I frequently encounter this noxious weed while out and about. Although undesirable in the agricultural community, the thistle has some aesthetic qualities.
I have been in Galveston for the past 2-1/2 weeks and even though the weather hasn't been to good, I have been out birding a few times. I got this Long
I thought I'd mix it up a little and instead of posting another arctic image that I'd post one from my fall trip to the Rockies. Taken in Estes Park,
Impaled from the mouth and along the spine from left to right, legs dangling below, internal organs visible through the clear body...eye still open.
This shabby juvenile (white morph) is from December last year.
Canon 1D4, 700mm
1/2500, f7.1, iso 400, manual, handheld
Taken last December.
Thanks for looking.
Canon 1D MIV
Canon 500 f 4.0 +1.4x