This is so very beautiful Gail for all the reasons mentioned above. I like everything here, but my favorite part is the droplets at the right side. It
This image almost looks real. I know they are simplified a bit, but, they still look like I could read out and touch them. Lovely colors. I like how
This is truly wonderful. Painterly, delicate, most appealing indeed.
Great job capturing this behavior, David and your persistence is inspiring.
I've only ever seen/photographed this on barbed wire fences - your perch
Sweet bird, nice pose, perch and a clean bg. IQ is great too. Nicely done Chris.
Very artistic and great out of the box thinking, Marina. Excellent execution too. I too initially thought that the eye closer to the ROT might be a good
Very lovely setup. Great perch, pose and bg. This is a very Jan Wegener'ish image. Beautifully done.
Excellent image Doug. Your exposure is spot on and I love the flight pose. The bird placement and comp are perfect for my taste and the bg is extra special.
Thanks Gail. It is on the high side for what I consider acceptable sharpening. Even with the 1Dx, I still tend to shoot on the principle of ETTR by at
Andreas - I haven't played around with the image but I think that might work. Give it a try and see what you think.
It was splendid to see Etosha's plains and the Etosha Pan under massive clouds and storms. Here is a lone Oryx/Gemsbok standing on the pan (which already
5.15 pm, heavy cloud.
With the Ruaha NP- Tanzania, home to 10% of the entire population of lion, Cheetahs must waste no time in dragging
Another B/W with a hint of original color experiment, wonder if this is working for the critical eyes of you guys, let your honest thoughts flow.
I'm pleased that I finally got a few frames of this most beautiful of duck species, one of my nemesis birds. (OK, maybe the Harlequin is contender in
I have recently started this great hobby and still finding my way
I am from Fife in Scotland.
As we approach the shortest day here in the UK, light levels are typically poor. This reminds me why I bought a 1Dx. I took this at 1000mm (Canon 500mm
Shot taken just before last light.The background is a bit distracting but the image is Ff with a bit off the bottom.7D - 300mm f2.8L IS USM MK II plus
Blue Tit bathing.
Back to the pool.
Light is marginally better when the leaves are off the trees but there are not that many hours of daylight.
remask, adjust, starEffects, fractalius & flood.
I decided last weekend that I should go out and check an Osprey stack about an hours drive from home.. I had found this stack 6