Another thought occurred to me. The character of the OOF trees in your image could indicate some degradation form "heat waves" in the atmosphere.
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.
I think this is better. There might be some more punch to be found in the bird -- a balancing act of detail and contrast. You have some good tools in
Hi Dave, and welcome! This is the place to learn about shooting birds.
Drop in to the Introductions etc, forum when you have time and introduce
Beautiful soft light. Excellent shorebird setting. Very nice image of a gorgeous bird. The visual balance of grasses to water is very nice as well.
Beautiful Owl .... Setting for it totally upsets me. I would have dropped the camera and had a discussion with the owners of those dogs.
This shabby juvenile (white morph) is from December last year.
Canon 1D4, 700mm
1/2500, f7.1, iso 400, manual, handheld
What a cute bird and what a mess it has made of itself. Love the pose, the colors and the sharpness.
Nice comp and sharpness, Karl. Like the effect added by the color in the feathers and the mouth to this wintery image. I see a halo around the bill that
Excellent species to get in flight. Pose and colors look great and so does the sharpness. You can post larger (1200x900) for better viewing.
Taken last December.
Thanks for looking.
Canon 1D MIV
Canon 500 f 4.0 +1.4x
nikon d 800
It was splendid to see Etosha's plains and the Etosha Pan under massive clouds and storms. Here is a lone Oryx/Gemsbok standing on the pan (which already
5.15 pm, heavy cloud.
With the Ruaha NP- Tanzania, home to 10% of the entire population of lion, Cheetahs must waste no time in dragging
Another B/W with a hint of original color experiment, wonder if this is working for the critical eyes of you guys, let your honest thoughts flow.
Hi, I am new to the site. I am Dave Viklund from Molalla Oregon USA.
I have started with a D5100 and a Sigma 50-500. I am finding I am having
I'm pleased that I finally got a few frames of this most beautiful of duck species, one of my nemesis birds. (OK, maybe the Harlequin is contender in
I have recently started this great hobby and still finding my way
I am from Fife in Scotland.