Thanks. As I believe I have mentioned before, a little bit of clean-up, here, getting rid of the rocks, will pay huge dividends.
Thanks Iain, I have been told that the 7000 and the 5100 have the same sensor. If that is true or they are just really close I am not sure. I do get that
I have a "safety deposit box" at my local bank, BoA. About once a year I copy off onto hard drives all data/apps I feel I would not want to
Good stuff, Diane! Thanks for taking the time to work on this
I took this image inside the Georgia O'Keefe Museum in Santa Fe, NM. It was looking out a window - I liked the silhouettes of the trees outside. It
I shot these using the 7D, 100mm f/16.0, ISO 100, 1Sec. Flash was used along with tripod. I'm not quite sure of the name of the flower so I apologize
Thanks, Dennis, I tried a darker, more saturated palette and it did nothing for me Sometimes first instincts are the best.
Thank you for your reply.
I just noticed now that I am again having issues with posting a sharp image. I don't know what the deal is, but
Henry, you did great! I love the difference and I will try this myself. Thanks much :)
sweet Gail. Great perch and I am glad you included all of it
Don't know how this image will go over but I do like the originality of the idea. I had only a split second to get the shot and don't even ask me about
Well, this appears an unusual time to observe American Bitterns successfully (not to mention Snowy Owls).
While I posted a
American Black Oystercatcher (Haematopusbachmani)
Pacific Grove, California, United States - June
50D, 500 f4 +1.4, 1/400 sec; f/11;
ID mark IV
300mm + 1.4
Fun shooting these guys.
This image was created on November 25, 2013, our snow day at Bosque with the hand held Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM lens, the Canon 1.4x EF Extender
nikon d 800
My favorite Female duck, they always look demure
1/4000, f7.1, 600mm, iso 640, D800, HH
I'm not sure if anyone else would be interested in this, but I'd be interested to see how people carry their gear.