Discussion in 'Nature & Wildlife' started by USM IS, Feb 18, 2010.
I've got a long ways to go.......Mike
300mm F2.8 w/1.4 Converter, It's not a 500.............Mike
Wow!! Awesome capture.
You caught him in some fine lighting, well done my friend!!!!!!! :thumbup:
Nice! Crystal clear. GJ!
very nice capture yes Eric has some great eagle shots but don't "dig" yourself like this is garbage, this is an excellent photo and IMO you exposed it even better you didn't over saturate the yellow beak and feet and sky like some other eagle photos in this section....you did well.
Awesome shot! Where in Iowa did you take that?
At Cedar Rapids. we had over thirty last year, on one morning. Nothing like being amongs't that many when they are "talking'. This year they come only in one's or two's.........Mike
My favorite early morning light......just can't do the fish catching. Auto focus runs home to mama. I have lot's of sharp water pics!!!!!:lmao:...Mike
Excellent shot .....really nice light and great detail !!!!!!!!!! Really like the feather detail.
Great shot, perfect light and sharp!
Not sure who's pics your refering to as over saturated in the beaks and feet, but I can assure mine are the color they are and no saturation is applied.
Lighting and sun location plays a big part in how bright the yellows are. Since I am within 60 feet of these birds I can tell you they are yellow as can be and our sky's are that blue! Come on down for a birds eye view!
lol! I really wish I could, you see where my location is right now and especially being within 60'!!! Thats awesome, I probably wouldn't be able to even turn my camera on out of excitement lol!. But anyway yes I was referring to yours, I never saw it as that big of a deal to point it out cause well like I said your photos overall are outstanding and I love eagles, but yeah I have always felt the yellows especially are overcooked- blues not as bad. Maybe its just my monitor, not sure, especially after you said you don't enhance at all....thats interesting.
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