I do not have the raw anywhere other then on my computer so do not know how to create a link to that. If I get comfortable with this form
I really am at a loss so far. Some want plain clinical backdrops - which I am not keen on =others want the opposite. All photograhers
This is really a kick butt image in every way. Loving the bird against that dark BG. The details are amazing, as is the color palate. Super pose and
Hi Linda, that is good to know. What I am getting with this lens is better then what I am getting with the kit lens that came with the camera. The frustration
All has been pretty well covered here but I will add to the list of "why to delete" BIF's. If the wing position is not pleasing, delete. If
This is quite a fine image and for the most part, the environment works nicely. I think I would tighter up the crop just a little on top by cropping
Glad to see you made it down to my neck of the woods. Not only is FD one of my favorite places to photograph but this pair of oystercatchers has been
Thank you, means a lot for someone specializing in mule deer. I also wonder how he managed to get all the snow and ice around his neck but I assume it
Thanks Don, you too!
I do appreciate everyones comments, this is by far the best response I have ever gotten from my photography and it is what will drive me to continue as
One morning in SE Brazil this guy showed up (literally) right in front of my hotel room. He sat there eating fruits for over an hour. I took about 1000
At pool no.3. Bird in the process of "paddling" wich they do to bring up food. Gulls do it too.
Piy about the reflection
Feeder set up, early April in Northern Minnesota, during a past "finch" year. I like the squarish crop here, though I know it will not be everyone's
Captured at Ft. DeSoto North Beach last Sunday. Although it was pretty quiet, there was a mixed flock of Willetts, a Curlew or two, the
Here's another frame from my encounter with this handsome drake a week or so ago. C&C always appreciated.
D7000, 700mm, ISO 1250, 1/500s
We went back to Ding Darling Wildlife Refuge for a last look before we head home tomorrow.
It was cloudy and the birds were not moving
Greetings. This one will take a little explaining...
A quick candid while birding got me this blur
Canon 7D Canon 500mm f4 L IS ISO 400 1/320 sec f6.3
Slight desaturation of yellows in the background, selective sharpening, mod NR to background.
An African Fish Eagle with a Tiger fish.
Taken from a boat on the Rufiji River, Selous GR- Tanzania.
D3s 500 f/4 VRII f/5.6 1/1600s
Taken During my work in the Everglades National Park. I was fortunate to have an opportunity to work with this super mom... One of the most successful