My entire day was planned when I received a frantic, mid-morning call from a friend that these owlets were in the process of branching. An obvious change
Canon 300 f.2,8
I am no sure if there are dominant colour.
I made the right Wb and
Canon 5D Mkiii
Canon F/2.8 300mm with 1x4 TCiii
I captured these Fulmars this morning, they are
Tripod Canon 7D Canon 180mm macro & polariser ISO 200 +0.3, 1/250 sec f4
I managed to isolate this flower head and I muted some extraneous grass
Tripod Canon 7D Canon 500mm F4 LIS & 1.4TC ISO 320 -0.3 1/2000 sec f5.6
All C&C welcome.
D7000 w/Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 lens @ 11mm, hand held
ISO Equivalent 400; f/11, 1/800 sec., MM -0.33
Standard CS6 adjustments; Nik Nature filter
I capture the image of this cute duckling this morning. It was overcast, requiring a high ISO, and thus producing noise (despite exposing to the right).
Another special endemic from Southern Africa (one of two southern African sugarbirds). Beautiful afternoon light and a protea as a perch
Canon EOS 1DX, Canon 400mm f/5.6L
f/8.0, 1/3200, ISO 1600
I used a bit of everything on this, Frac, Topaz Simplify, Photokit Toning, NIK Silver Efex. Small crop from the left. Taken with the 100mm macro @ 2.8.