Could be right here Stu, Keith all you need is 1.74 rotation, however you would need to recrop, hope you have enough image space around.
Hi Gail, exquisite light and IQ, which in turn has exposed the detail on the wingspread so well. Love the visible droplets at each wing tip, and Im fine
Hi Alan, great colour palette, the wild flowers just takes it up several notches and the 'perch' is almost that 'holly grail' we all search for. Food
Hi Keith, although the owl seems alert on something ahead, He does otherwise seem relaxed at the same time, with the raised foot. Great view of the eye,
Hi Johnny, well timed to capture the raised tail - looks great like that. Well exposed on the little guy, with the finer plumage showing up nicely. A
Thank you all so much guys and girls.
This really works in B&W; the tones are wonderful. I like the candid shot and the cropping, and Poster Edges gave a great effect. How did you convert
Hi Rachel, thanks for clearing that up.
Nice softness and leading lines going from the water to the lightest part in the forest. Very pretty scene.
Thanks Michael -- this stuff changes rapidly and I'll try to check this out when I have time. (I haven't kept up with this in the last year or so.)
Converted to B and w, and then used poster edges. This is my niece with her oldest boy Jacob.
A long time ago, I fell in love with the Connecticut towns and countryside. Unfortunately, I didn't live there very long, but I spent the months of June
Long tailed Tit
More for interest really. These birds have to put their tail up their backs whilst brooding eggs in their bottle shaped nest and
Canon 7D Canon 180mm macro with polariser & 1.4TC1, ISO 4000 1/250 sec f11, fill in flash -1.66, selective sharpening applied.
Nikon 500ml F4.
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A couple of years ago we had lots of these lovely Owls over wintering with us unfortunately
Canon 1DX 600mmII and 1.4XIII
f 7.1@ 1/3200
Small crop for comp. Taken in Nome on Matthew Studebaker's workshop June 2013.
Taken in a local wood near to were I live,cannon 500mm IS L F4,7D,tripod,iso800,F4,1/150S,CROPPED,sharpened for the web,this image was taken on a set
A re-worked version of a favorite image of mine….
D3S 200-400MM 1/1000 F8 ISO 500
Flaming Sunbird (Aethopyga flagrans) by alabang, on Flickr
The Flaming Sunbird (Aethopyga flagrans) is a species of bird in the
I took this picture today at Anhinga Trail.
Lens: 300 mm f/2.8 AIS
1/500 sec f/8.0 ISO 400