This is a fun image and thank you for the story. The exposure and colors are very nice. I only wish they were catchlight in the eyes.
Nice frosted leaf!!! I really like your idea of flipping the texture and using a different blend mode. The colors in the texture layers work nicely
Michael, I love that because that is exactly my first real camera too (1955)! Brownie Hawkeye Flash - wish I still had it. I remember trembling as I wound
I think you might have hit the ground running...! I would crop a little more off the bottom and maybe off the LHS to balance,
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
yeah, never the same working form a low res jpeg... I am now learning new techniques and trying them out... cheers!!
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Grey Wagtail (Motacilla cinerea) by alabang, on Flickr
The Grey Wagtail
Reminds me of the oaks that I grew up with in North Florida.
The composition is wonderful, with a nice S-curve in the road and balance from
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
I used Dennis' texture "Impressions" on an image of a frosted leaf. I had already processed it and added one of my textures. I added Impressions
This was taken the day after the snow at Bosque in November. I used an Orton effect and then added a texture from Shadowhouse.
This image was made far from the Seven Bridges Road vocalized by the band The Eagles. Sometimes I ride around and look for images that can be made not
Not really... This is an image of my first camera. Actually it's like my first camera. I still have the first one but this one is prettier
An unexpected threat. I was quite worried when I saw these two go after the owl, as he had his back turned away from the dogs. Dogs are not allowed on