I'm a bit in shock Rachel. It's not a ploar bear
Composition wise I think there is a bit too much foreground and not enough space above the
The starkness of the shot is very evocative of Etosha Morkel.
I agree with Marc that a slightly lower POV would have been good to increase the
You captured a great moment Marc.
I love the wary look of the two LH cubs, so in tune with their mother's caution.
I'm pleased you resisted
Your image did not require microscopic examination for me to see that there was something awry and you are correct in saying that other images
Thanks Morkel, personally I rarely use NR, but I too get images like this where, as Loi quite rightly pointed out on an Avian thread of mine, it has the
Great species and sweet shot Glenn - love to see a larger version
Stunning image Arthur - awesome identical flight poses, plus a beautiful BG
I also raised this question in my CC and a little puzzled that stock agency's or yourself won't consider ISO above 1000, I haven't found this the case
Lovely image Stu - interesting behaviour and your usual brilliant IQ
Congrats Marina - stunning image
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.
I have been in Galveston for the past 2-1/2 weeks and even though the weather hasn't been to good, I have been out birding a few times. I got this Long
I thought I'd mix it up a little and instead of posting another arctic image that I'd post one from my fall trip to the Rockies. Taken in Estes Park,
Impaled from the mouth and along the spine from left to right, legs dangling below, internal organs visible through the clear body...eye still open.
This shabby juvenile (white morph) is from December last year.
Canon 1D4, 700mm
1/2500, f7.1, iso 400, manual, handheld