Hi Marc a good find and interesting image, what is the 'white dust' that seems to be clouding the kill and drifting off to the right? I feel you could
Excellent detail and lovely bird Jonathon. If it were mine I might remove the small bits of conifer top and bottom on the LHS but it is still a super
Welcome to BPN Dave! Bird photography is highly addictive as you are seemingly finding out. Looking forward to your participation :-)
Welcome to BPN William!! You've come to the right place for constructive critiques on your images. You can check out the Eager to Learn forum or jump
About two weeks or so ago I came across this male who was with a cow in heat. He stayed with her and the calf over the next few days until after much
Beautiful pose composition and light, great eye contact, I would suggest however that you lower the highlights
Cool! My dad has something similar in his basement bar (along with a whole bunch of other cool artefatcs) that apparently dates back to WWII. Now this
Thanks, Dennis, I'll try it with a multiply dup layer and see if it is better or worse - I know some people aren't as enamoured with pale palettes as
I really like the curves, the colors, and the composition. Your choice of texture was a good one in terms of color and the way in which the lighter parts
Great stuff Kerry, congrats!
Tripod head bolted to shelf, Canon 7D Canon 500mm f4 ISO 400 1/200 sec f6.3
Taken from back garden hide, the chaffinches are still very cautious
I used content aware to stretch the stems, and the other main filters were Fractalius-Sketch 1, and Topaz Simplifly-paint. Also added some textures from
Here is the same image I posted earlier, but this time with only one of my textures.
f1.8, 50mm lens.
Crop, clone, Unsharp Mask. Topaz Adjust.
One from a few weeks back 80km south of Sydney Aus.
Canon EOS-1D X
Shooting Mode Aperture-Priority AE
Tv( Shutter Speed ) 1/800
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
Canon 60D, 70-200L 4.0, ISO400,200mm,f4.5,1/1250 sec
Adjustments in LR.
I was lucky enough
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.