Being successful at this is not as easy as it sounds, and I think you did it well. The little splashes of color are delightful. Although the main branch
Great image Brendon. Most has already been mentioned. The objects some are referring to appear to be the ears of other hippo behind it.
A real beauty Steve.
I am afraid I don't have anything smart to contribute at this point but I like the picture very much.
There is no such rule.
Taken as the three owlets began to let their curiosity get the better of them, as they started to explore this bright new world of theirs. A bit of a
I like the image but I would have personally gone for a wider aperture. I would suggest lift the darker elements a little bit, the pose and the perch
Great idea I like the perspective. I am just a little unsure about the lighting. I get the impression it is causing the feather to look a little refractile
Taken in the cold month of January -26 degrees and for those who have seen the image, yes this has been tweaked since it was printed, just opened up the
Thanks for the specs, Amol and welcome to OOTB I hope we see more of your work here!
Taken a while back, and again, just wished I had the experience I have now. Taken from on board a small ice breaker.
Took this in Southern Arizona at Bill Forbes' Place. Is this a Rufous-winged sparrow?
Granted not my best work, but no response on the ETL forum so I'll try to post a better one here. Surf scoter drake taken at Shoreline Park in Mountain
This is a beach up the coast from San Francisco about 100 miles. When there is a very low tide these rocks are exposed. The bigger ones are maybe 3-4
1dm4, cropped from landscape, AP, f/4.5, 600mm, ISO 800, 1/5000. This male kite photographed at Harns Marsh Preserve 12 NOV 2013 is banded.
This beautiful grizzly was taking a break from grazing, and getting a drink late one afternoon in Katmai NP. Removed a small dark OOF blob in upper left
This was taken in Santa Fe, New Mexico during my trip. I used a slow shutter speed because the wind was blowing and I wanted to get that effect on the
Wood Duck. What do you all think?