I must start with I am a newbie and I know nothing. I agree with the cloning of the branches and I would darken the BG just a tad. Again the 0.02$ from
Thanks to all for the comments. Artie, I agree with you about the head of the right-hand bird being a little off plane. I don't notice it on the head,
This Landscape has found me in Svalbard. Who has guessed that?
Somewhere, up there in the north.
Took this from "shipping"
Thanks Morkel for your comment.
For the others a wider framing with a slightly darkened BKG.Left the Springbok in on RHS.I think for being a important
Hi Leigh - my colleagues have covered the critique well. I do like the snow "beard" as it makes the shot unusual. I wonder how long he carried
Hi Ritesh, love the image and the mist, as well the color which suits it very well. Might would like a bit more room from the RHS, just a tad. Just me,
the sky open above the mansion looks great. I might would pull back the blacks a bit, but this is just me. For me the images feels
very interesting building this must be.
I agree with Morkel on the LHS. Maybe you have a bit left over
Hi Leigh comparing the two images side by side (BPN & Flickr) there seems to be no difference at all to IQ, to me they are/look the same.
Hi Carl - I think you have answered your own question to some extent because various adjustments can make casts more apparent or intense so looking at
This CHE was sitting on this tree overlooking a steep valley.I used Digital Photo Professional to make some basic adjustments.......Canon
Taken in soft light in light shady position1D Mk IV - 300mm f2.8L IS USM MK II plus 2 x extender MK IIIManfrotto gimbal headISO 1600, f5.6, 1/800 secSmall
Well you have all totally outdone me already, amazing photos everyone!!!
Leaving in about 4 hours for our 2 week surgery jaunt....
This is the first time in my life i am trying to shoot a landscape photograph , its cold morning and misty too , we are on the search of the flamingos
Here is another frame from a chance encounter with this beautiful female Anatum Peregrine Falcon. She is looking for the Mourning Dove that she was eating
Zebra Dove Geopelia striata by alabang, on Flickr
The Zebra Dove Geopelia striata, also known as Barred Ground Dove, is a bird
One from back in September a cool winters morning in Aus
Canon EOS-1D X
Shooting Mode Aperture-Priority AE
Tv( Shutter Speed )
Another image from my local woods at a set up I have,looking for food below,500mm IS L F4,tripod,7D,iso800,1/650S,F4,EC -2/3,cropped,sharppened for web,levels,must
This is a Spotted Eagle Owl which has been rehabilitated back to full health from injury. On this morning a few different rehab birds were taken out away