A gimbal head such as the Mongoose 3.6 quite effectively doubles as a tilt head on a monopod, just lock the panning base. Then no need to buy another
OK I reopened the file in PS, used ReMasK and created a mask for the body and then applied the detail extractor filter.
I think it looks better
Little Owl (Male)I tnink !
Pity the worms end is a bit soft but it just went back and forth like a pendulum when he landed. I waited and waited
Marc - I'm with Morkel on this one and feel it still has too much blue/cyan or maybe it's just a bit too saturated overall. There's some fringing in
Hi Morkel - welcome back. Sounds like a mixed bag of days but seeing black rhinos in the wild is always special. Nice setting here with the glowing
Looking forward to it. Try warming it up a bit and see how you like it...
I like it Mike. I wonder how a version w/o the reflection would look like... I see some (cloning?) artifacts...
I tweaked your image to
Absolutely beautiful, love the eyes !!!!
Beautiful, love the colors and the reflections.
THanks Enrique, Yes I have a many more frames... I will post one by one....:)
Shot a great series (in my mind.. ;) where I didnt rush any shots and tried out a lot of different things. The light was pretty dull but I think it kind
I was looking for something different when I saw these cranes. I was hoping that they would look at each other
I know I haven't been in here for a while but my "Big Year" is coming to an end. With all the travel and work its
The Ruaha NP is home to huge areas of baobab forest , they make for dramatic landscapes, especially when you have the local pride male "grumpy"
Athene looking straight at the camera
OOC with crop to vertical, NR and sharpening
7D ISO 1000 100-400 1.4tc1
The leaves on the tree weren't all that spectacular, but I liked what was on the ground.
Nikon D3S, 105mm macro lens, ISO 200, f/40, 6 seconds
Well, we are back from an amazing trip. Most of you know where I went, but for the sake of sticking to our policy concerning rhino posts I will not mention
Anyone using a NSN CLF-456 Lens Replacement Foot with their 600 IS II? Comments, feedback or any violent reactions? How is the balance with a Wimberley
Nikon 300ml 2.8
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Tried to take this image in a blizzard a couple of years ago ,apart from