Not sure what's not to like about this one! It's a great high-key with plenty of detail throughout. Exposure is spot on. Not sure you see many of these
Thanks everyone...agree that the doggies are not the problem, they are just being dogs. I don't even like to see them chasing gulls, but an owl....shameful.
Shabby-chic! Nice photograph of this youngster, and that background makes him pop. Techs are perfect. Not sure what is trailing....kinda looks like poop,
20,000?! Wow, that is something! Would love to see the noise levels in the original if you don't mind.
Detail with that high of ISO is great,
Very attractive curves and lines. Has a graphic quality to it that I find very appealing.
Stunning! Post this guy at 1200 px wide! That wing position is just right. Not sure I'd ask for anything else.
Very graceful pose, Stuart. would love to see this one larger.
A fine image, Bill. I love the cave-like appearance of the background. And...the reflection is lovely.
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
Taken last December.
Thanks for looking.
Canon 1D MIV
Canon 500 f 4.0 +1.4x
nikon d 800
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.
Hi, I am new to the site. I am Dave Viklund from Molalla Oregon USA.
I have started with a D5100 and a Sigma 50-500. I am finding I am having