Strictly speaking, the top LH diagonal does not intersect with the corner, although its is VERY close... I wonder if this is intentional
Incredible pose; a truly great flight image with the incredible dorsal view, the trailing feet, and the splayed tail. The original is miles better than
I've been following the discussion on manual exposure vs. aperture priority in the landscape forum here: http://www.birdphotographers.net/for...Snow-At-Sunset
Thanks. Set up and I got lucky.
I think your adjustments are good and have improved the image. I would look at where you cloned out the duck near the birds head
Love the muddy worm and the sharpness. Does anyone know why Alan's suggestion above is a good one?
Hi Steve, good point about the ISO, and yes, I would love the opportunity to shoot from side pod of a Catalina flying boat (=PBY) or an old bomber with
Incredibly beautiful. Is this a set-up or did you get really, really, really, really lucky?
Fantastic image. Wish it was mine.
Great image. I might be tempted to clone out the lay down grasses on the LR.
Hill Country, TX
D3, 600, ISO 800, f8, 1/400
Here’s another one from my great day in the snow at Bosque. This Snow Goose in flight image was created with the Gitzo 3532 LS carbon fiber tripod,
First image post in many years.
Colombia. Canon 5D Mark III, 300 F/2.8 + 1.4 + flash
ISO 1600 for fog and F/5.6
another image from my little friend.
Canon 1D MKIV * Canon 800 5.6 * f/6.3
Last Friday, my wife and I had the great fortune to find ourselves alone on a beach with this beautiful creature; not another birder or photographer in
I momentary own a Canon EOS 5D mark III and 7D, additional several lenses up to 200mm together with a tele-extender 1.4 II. For my
I just returned home from 2 weeks visiting family in Arkansas and Dallas, TX. I love the deciduous woods of Arkansas, something I don't have in Colorado.
Walking along the beach on Sanibel Island this morning I saw a Fish Crow on the flower of a Century Plant. I couldn't understand why it was there so I
This northern hawk owl was photographed a couple of winters ago in the sax zim bog of Northern Minnesota. The perch is set up, live mice were fed to