I agree. For web viewing, the contrast was pushed too much. I used the TIF that I printed from to make a 72ppi JPG small enough to upload here and then
Very interesting shot, I ike the dogs in the background, I think there might be a slight blue cast on the owl.
Great timing as usual, I think there is a small catch light in the right bird's eye - possibly enhance a little further. Detail in the plumage is excellent.
Hey Kerry- I found that one on eBay for 20 bucks. Unfortunately the owner did a poor job of packing it and the reflector was broken in shipping but it's
Hey Don, Avian hey, cool.
I wonder if some image area could come off the top and go more pano, WDYT? I like the added gradient.
Great flight shot in its own right Grace ! I persoanlly feel a crop without the right hand dog could be worth looking at too.. Dogs are not the problem
remask, adjust, starEffects, fractalius & flood.
Thanks for looking and your comments appreciated,Stuart,yes this is a set up in my local woods.does not make it any easier,these birds don't pose for
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
good flight image,sharp with good detail,the BG is fantastic.TFS.
Taken in Nome on a sunny day!
F 600 and 1.4X
F 8 @ SS 1/800
70% FF and cloned out 3 straggly twigs. Decreased
Known in many areas as "The Butcher Bird" this Logger head Shrike is impaling its prey on a thorn so that it can tear pieces off of the prey.
Hey all, I just got my Canon 500 f4 today. HOLY CRAP. Aside from that...I have a RRS replacement foot for the lens. I was about to swap it on, but I was
Going to be off of the grid for a little bit but wanted to share an image first. Did a little bit of experimenting with a White Pelican shooting after
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Grey Wagtail (Motacilla cinerea) by alabang, on Flickr
The Grey Wagtail
wondering if you can tell if this is an immature male... thanks for your help on this
Whenever another Pied Kingfisher flies in close proximity to another, they show a bit of aggression towards one another. These are two males. The shiny
My first visit to Bosque. Was very lucky to have beautiful skies. Shot this silhouette just after sundown. Loved the soft colored sky. 1/640, f5.6, ISO