Great choice of crop as it really accentuates the length of the wings. Deluxe flight image. Well controlled background giving great subject isolation.
Hey Dank, Nicely done. EXP and detail in the darks right on. Love the bow wave and the detail in the very upper breast feathers. Did you get lucky
Lovely little owl. I enjoy the bird's focus. Sharpness looks good to me. In fact, any softness due mostly to the narrow dof at this working distance,
Nice image. Love the duck and the soft light and the detail in the white/light gray feathers. Here is a case, with those nice
My favorite Female duck, they always look demure…..
1/4000, f7.1, 600mm, iso 640, D800, HH
The low shooting angle is very good, as is the light quality. Head angle is perfect. The bright highlights on the face around the eye are a bit jarring,
Sharp and attractive.
I also would have like a move left if possible.
Nice but I would go way up on the iso and get the bird sharper.
I also might go vertical if you have it.
The mood, interaction, the space between the two....The soft lighting! All is so nice to me. I enjoy the crop too.
I like the interaction and image design as well as the sort light and the very sharp pupils. Wish that the head of the bird on our right were a bit more
I'm not sure if anyone else would be interested in this, but I'd be interested to see how people carry their gear.
Another from the Ghost town in Terlingua, TX from this October.
Canon 5D MK2, 17-40L @ 40mm, f/16. HDR
The building is a mansion that belonged
This pair of Gannets was sitting atop one of the observation deck roofs on St. Bonaventure Island last June. It's a wonderful spot for birds in flight.
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
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